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|Alexander Walker of Ireland and Augusta County, VA||c.1706||Elizabeth Hammer||Robert, Andrew, Martha, Elizabeth, Isabel, Barbara, John, Mary||June 24, 1786|
|Alexander Walker of Ireland and Chester County, SC||c.1708||Esther Gray||Phillip, John, Robert, Alexander, Samuel|
|Alexander Walker of Middlesex County, MA||c.1709||John Walker and Abigail Weston|
|Alexander of Ireland and Franklin County, PA||c.1714||David Walker||Mary||Robert, James, John, Susanna, David, Samuel||May 1, 1775|
|Alexander Walker of Ireland and Rockbrige County, VA||May 19, 1716||John Walker and Katherine Rutherford||Jane Hammer on Jan. 8, 1747 in Rockbridge, VA||John, William, James, Mary Ann, Alexander, Joseph, David, Alexander, Jane, Joseph, Catherine,||c.1784|
|Alexander Walker of New Kent County, VA||c.1722||William Walker and Elizabeth Clopton|
|Alexander Walker of Spartanburg County, SC||c.1725||Edmund Walker and Judith Townes||Frances Ann Scott in 1750||Eaton, Ann Scott, Joseph Scott, Polly, Edmund, Frederick, Frances, Sarah||1805 in Spartanburg|
|Alexander Walker of Prince George County, Virginia||Oct. 30, 1727||David Walker and Mary Mumford||Rebecca Broadnax|
|Alexander Walker of Chester County, SC||c.1740||Alexander Walker and Esther Gray|
|Alexander Walker of Ireland and Chester County, SC||c.1744||Charles Walker||Eleanor White||John, Charles, William, Phillip, Robert, Agnes, Ann, Adam, James||Aug. 4, 1799|
|Alexander Walker of Rockbridge County, VA||c.1751||John C. Walker and Mary Culton||Jane Stuart||Mary, John C., James, Pherzy, Joseph, Ella, Ann, Betsy, Priscilla, Melinda, Archibald|
|Alexander Walker of Caswell County, NC||c.1755||James Walker and Ann|
|Alexander Walker of Orange County, NC||Phillip Walker||Brothers: Conaly, James Philip||Probated Feb. 1835|
|Alexander Walker of Rockbridge County, VA||Oct. 28, 1756||Alexander Walker and Jane Hammer||Mary Magdelene Harmon on March 22, 1790 and Peggy Coombs||Cyrus, Cynthia, Jane, Andrew Harmon, Joseph Gilmore, David, Abner, Margaret, Allen H., Alexander, Pinkney|
|Alexander Walker of SC||April 10, 1761||Thomas Walker and Jane Gaston||Esther Gaston||John Gaston,|
|Alexander Walker of Augusta County, VA||July 12, 1765||Alexander Walker and Jane Hammer||Peggie Coombs and Mary Magdalene Harmon on March 26, 1790 in Augusta County, VA||Quintus, Martha Mary Magdalene, Thomas Montgomery, Cyrus, Joseph Gilmore, David, Abner, Cynthia, Margaret, Allen H., Alexander, Jane, Andrew Hammond, Pinkney||c.1823|
|Alexander Walker of Davidson County, TN||June 30, 1766||John E. Walker and Ann Barnett||Sibella Whitsett on December 15, 1789 in Sumner County, TN||John A., Sarah, Ann, Alexander M., Elizabeth, Lawrence William, Sabella, Cynthia, Matilda, James||July 7, 1840|
|Alexander Walker of Armstrong Co., PA||April 16, 1768||Robert Walker and Mary Abraham||Feb. 1, 1826|
|Alexander Walker||July 1, 1771||William and Sarah Walker||Susannah Johnston on Nov. 4, 1802||Elizabeth A., William B., Sarah A., Alexander, Mary, W.M.||Sept 28, 1830|
|Alexander Walker||c.1772||Gideon Walker and Prucilla Duvall|
|Alexander Walker of Huntingdon County, PA||May 10, 1773||David and Elizabeth Walker||Elizabeth Norris on Oct. 26, 1800 in Washington County, PA||Elizabeth, born February 22, 1802; John, born June 8, 1803; David, born September 19, 1804; James, born January 1, 1807; John N., born June 24, 1808; Susanna, born December 22, 1809; Alexander, born June 21, 1811; Mary Ann, born February 7, 1814; David S., born July 6, 1816; Isabella, born November 17, 1818; Drusilla, born February 16, 1821; and Samuel, born April 18, 1823||Sept. 8, 1854|
|Alexander Walker of Rockbridge County, VA||July 19, 1774||John Walker and Margaret Hudson||Nancy Culton|
|Alexander Walker of Warren County, TN||Nov. 26, 1775||Gilly or Cornelia Walker||William H., Samuel L.||July 31, 1855|
|Alexander Walker of VA and Boyle County, KY||1776||Charlotte|
|Alexander of Adair County, KY||Dec. 15, 1779||James Walker and Margaret Gray||Elizabeth Scott||Samuel Scott, Margaret Ann, James, Edmond, Harrison Perry, Greenville, Louis F., Elzy Creel, Martha Jane, Elizabeth, McCorkle, Polly|
|Alexander Walker of Fayette County, PA||c.1783||Meshack Walker and Deborah Bennett||Susan||Benjamin||1830 in Licking County, OH|
|Alexander Walker of Cumberland County, NC||c.1786||William L. Walker||Mary Mckethan||Elizabeth M., Jerusha, Harriet, John W., Julia, Alexander Brown, Alford Campbell||aft. 1860|
|Alexander Walker of Kentucky||Jan. 4, 1795||David Walker and Jane Holmes||Isabella Patterson on Dec. 5, 1817||William H., Joseph Patterson, Thompson, Jane, Eliza Jane, David, Malinda Parthula, Cyrus Claypool, James Thomas, John Green, Alexander|
|Alexander Walker of Chester County, SC||c.1800||Margaret W.||Victoria|
|Alexander Walker of Muskingum and Licking Counties, OH||c.1800||Susan||Benjamin, Nathaniel, Charles G., Sarah Patience, James, Samuel, Abner||Sept. 4, 1886|
|Alexander Walker of Adams County, OH||c.1800||Mary||Catherine, Elizabeth, Mary, David|
|Alexander Walker of Adair County, KY|
|Alexander Walker of Botetourt County, VA||Sister Martha, brother John||Will 1771|
|Alexander L. Walker of Adair County, KY|
|Alexander Walker of Adair County, KY|
|Alexander Walker of Fayette County, KY|
|Alexander Walker of Harrison County, KY|
|Alexander Walker of Mercer County, KY|
|Alexander Walker of Madison County, KY||Siblings John, Phillip, Charles||Jane McClure||Frankey James,||Will 1819|
|Alexander Walker of Madison County, KY||John Walker|
|Alexander Walker of Madison County, KY||Phillip Walker|
|Alexander Walker of Madison County, KY||Charles Walker|
|Alexander Walker of St. Martin Parish|
|Alexander Walker of Cumberland County, KY|
|Alexander Walker of Chester County, SC|
|Alexander Walker of Chester County, SC|
|Alexander Walker of Warren County, TN|
|Alexander Walker of Spotsylvania County, VA|
Sources and Other Information
|1||1820 Census of Adair County, Kentucky, page 56, Alexander Walker, 2 males 0 to 10, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 female 16 to 26|
|2||1820 Census of Adair County, Kentucky, page 58, Alexander L. Walker, 4 males 0 to 10, 2 males 10 to 16, 1 male 26 to 45, 2 females 26 to 45|
|3||1820 Census of Adair County, Kentucky, page 58, Alexander Walker, Sr., 2 males 0 to 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 18, 3 males 16 to 26, 1 male over 45, 1 female 0 to 10, 1 female 10 to 16, 2 females 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45|
|4||1820 Census of Fayette County, Kentucky, page 79, Alexander Walker. 2 males 0 to 10, 1 male 26 to 45|
|5||1820 Census of Harrison County, Kentucky, page 216, Alexander Walker, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male over 45, 1 female 0 to 10, 1 female 10 to 16, 1 female over 45|
|6||1820 Census of Mercer County, Kentucky, page 113, Alexander Walker, 2 males 0 to 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 2 males 16 to 26, 1 male over 45, 1 female 0 to 10, 1 female 10 to 16, 2 females 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45, 1 female over 45|
1820 Census of Davidson County, Tennessee - 1 male 0 to 10, 1 male over 45, 2 females 10 to 16, 3 females 16 to 26, 1 female over 45
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|21||http://www.ronulrich.com/rfuged Ulrich Family Alexander Walker, son of Benjamin, was born in Indiana county, Pa., and followed farming. Later moving to Armstrong county he settled in Wayne township, near Dayton, where he acquired a farm of 166 acres. This land he improved and cultivated and on it spent the rest of his life, his death occurring in March, 1876. In politics he was a Republican, and served as supervisor of his township. He was a member and official of the United Presbyterian Church and was buried in the graveyard of that church near Dayton, Pa. His wife, Margaret (McFarland), was a daughter of William McFarland, who lived near Bryan, Armstrong county. Mr. and Mrs. Walker had the following children: Nancy Jane is the widow of John Morrow, who died during the Civil war; Margaret C. married R. C. Kinter, of Dayton, Pa.; Mary Ann married Dr. Joseph Sharp, who was a physician at Dayton for many years; Elizabeth A. married W. R. Speer and resides in Wayne township; Sarah A. married Samuel Lydic and resides in Indiana county; Alexander G. is mentioned below; Maria L. is the widow of Peter Lord and lives in Wayne township; William B. is mentioned below; Frances E. is the wife of James Wilson and lives at Dayton, Pa.; Amanda C. married William McMillian of Indiana county; Duffey G. died young.|
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Title: Early Deaths and Marriages of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, Author: Mateer, Constance Louise, Publication: Compilation of Armstrong Co., newspapers from 1825 - 1864, 1997 by Closson Press 1935 SAmpson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613-9209
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|23||http://txnetwork.net/walker/wills/aw1819.htm - 1819 Madison Co KY In the name of God Amen I Alexander Walker of Madison County and State of Kentucky being weak of body but of perfect sound and disposing mind and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and declare this my last will and Testament hereby revoking and declaring null and void every other writing purporting to be my last will and Testament but this----First it is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid out of the money arising for the sale of my personal Estate-----Item I bequeath to my beloved wife Jane Walker a note on William Barnett for ninety one dollares the said note the eighteenth of December next. I also bequeath to my beloved wife Jane Walker one negro woman named Milly formerly called Hetty to go to her sole use to dispose of as she thinks proper---Item I bequeath to my beloved wife the mansion house where I now live and one third of my plantation taking the whole value into view during her natural life---Item I bequeath to my three beloved Nephews the following sums to be paid out of the money arising from my personal Estate, to wit, to my brother John Walkers son Alexander Walker twenty dollars Brother Philip Walkers son Alexander Walker twenty dollars Brother Charles Walkers son Alexander Walker twenty dollars----Item I bequeath to my Step Daughter Dayley Keep twenty dollars--It is my desire that all my Personal Estate and my negro woman Sarah be sold and the money arising therefrom to be divided one third to my Wife Jane Walker the other two thirds to my beloved Daughter Frankey James and her heirs forever---Item- it is my will and desire that if my beloved daughter Frankey James should die without issue or heir that the one half of my land shall go to the use of Jonathan James to dispose of as he thinks proper the other half to be divided between my brothers and sisters and their heirs forever-----Item- It is my will and desire that my beloved daughter Frankey James shall have and keep my negro Boy George who was born the third day of September on thousand eight hundred and seventeen untill he becomes twenty five years of age also to learn him or cause him to be learned to read the Word of God if he in any wise will take to learning - and after he the said Negro boy George becomes twenty five years of age it is my will and desire that he George be set free and at liberty, it is my wish and desire that the Executors see that Justice be done the said boy George as above stated and have him not misused. Item - It is my will and desire that if there should be any Estate comeing from my Father-in-law's Estate Arthur McClure Deceased that it shall go to the sole use and behoof of my beloved wife Jane Walker to dispose of as she thinks proper. I do by these presents Constitute and appoint my friends Willam Barnett and Jonathan James Executors of this my last will and Testament. In Testimone whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this Thirteent day of January one thousand eight hundred and nineteen. Signed: Alexander Walker (included seal) Witnesses: Patrick T Humphreys (signature) William Moore (signature) Isaac Faris (his mark) NB It is my wish and desire that my wife Jane Walker shall keep the above named negro Milly or Hetty untill she thinks proper to sell her at public auction and when said negro is sold I desire my executors to put the money arising from the sale of her to interest and my wife Jane Walker to draw the Interest during her Natural life and at her death it is my desire that the principal left inthe Executors hands shall goto the sole use of my beloved daughter Franky James and her heirs forever. (Signed by Alexander Walker) Witnesses: Patrick T Humphries William Moore Isaac Faris (his mark) I David ? Clerk of the Court for the County aforesaid do hereby certify that at a County Court held for Madison County on Monday the 5th day of July 1819 this Instrument of writing was produced in open Court and proven to be the last Will and testament of Alexander Walker Deceased by the Oath of Patrick Humphries and Willam Moore both Subscribint witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded. (Attested: David ?)|
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day came before me John Maxwell, one of His Majesty's Justices of Peace for county
aforesaid, John Wallace and his wife Mary Ann Wallace, Joseph Robinson and Jane Sprout,
and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God that the within writing hereunto
adjoined contains the true last will of the within named Alexander Walker, dec's., as far
as they know and believe, viz. "Alec," said Joseph Robinson, in the presence of
John Wallace and his wife and Jane Sprout; "You are very low and it is unknown to
either you or us whether you ever will be restored to health again or not, and I suppose
it is necessary that you should dispose of what estate Providence has given you".
"Yes, yes;" replied he, and immediately without any questions expressed himself
in following manner: Five pounds to my brother's oldest son that lives in Carolina; five
pounds to each of his two daughters, and five pounds to my sister Martha Mineely, and all
the rest of my estate to my brother John (and the said John Wallace observed when he named
his brother John and allowing the rest of the estate to him, he the deceased Alex. Walker
raised his hand and pointed it toward him); he the said Alexander Walker appearing to be
of perfect sound mind and memory and every way sensible, and sat on the bedside half an
hour later unsupported by any person", etc. Signed and sworn to by the above named
deponents, July 6, 1771.
The will was proved on motion of John Walker, Admstr. with John Maxwell and James McGavock. Will Bk I., Page 7.
Will Book A page 152, 2 Sept 1797 names dau-in-law Rebekah Walker,wit. John Clark, Samuel & Martha Walker
Will of Adam Walker names Brothers Alexander & Robert page 125 Will Book A Chester, SC. Executors Wife & brother Robert Walker. Withesses John Terry & James Kennedy. Names Brother-in-law William White
1850 Census of Washington County, PA, page 467b, Alexander Walker, age 77, born in PA, Elizabeth, age 73, born in PA, Samuel, age 27, born in PA, Elizabeth H., age 25, born in VA, Thomas P., age 5, born in PA, Ophilia A., age 2, born in PA
Final settlement of will on 24 Jun 1786. Will Book 5 p 326, Augusta
|36||Ancestry.com family trees - Alexander Walker was born in Antrim, Ireland, migrated to America and settled in Pennsylvania. According to " Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina, The Walkers of Rocky Creek," there is some reason to suppose a connection between the Walkers of Rocky Creek (South Carolina) and those of Fishing Creek and Sandy River, but no proofs have been uncovered. Alexander Walker and his wife Esther came to present Chester County, South Carolina, in the 1750's, probably from Augusta county, Virginia, and settled about eight miles east of Chester , South Carolina in the fork of Rocky Creek. Their children who have been identified were : Robert, Philip, John, Alexander, Jr., and Samuel. Old Alexander died in 1798, predeceased by his wife."|
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|38||Ancestry.com family trees - American Revolution Of Franklin Co., PA, Pg 272, Fendrick, 1969 American Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin Co., PA c1940, Pg. 271 Immigration: July 8, 1739, left Ireland to come to America, Forks of the Brandywine, Chester Co., PA Religion: Scotch Presbyterina. Alex gave 2 acres for Lower Path Valley Presbyterian Church and Cemetery.|
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Dinwiddie County, VA Will of Colonel David Walker, In the name of God Amen: I, DAVID WALKER of Dinwiddie County, being of Sound mind and memory, thanks to Almighty God for the same, and calling to mind the uncertainty of all terrestrial things, and that it is appointed for man to die once, do ordain this my last will and testament.
It is my desire that my body be decently interred at the discretion of my Executors whom I hereafter appoint.
As to my worldly goods, I dispose of them in manner following:
Imprimis, I give to my son WILLIAM JONES WALKER, all that I have already possessed him with, and one negro woman named Sue, to him and his heirs forever.
Item, I give to my daughter, MARY QUARLES, all that I have already possessed her with, and six head of cows, to her and her heirs forever.
Item, I give to my daughter, NANCY QUARLES, all that I have possessed her with, and six head of cows and a young sorrel colt, to her and her heirs forever.
Item, I give to my daughter, PELETIAH JONES WALKER, one mulatto girl named Lucy and one negro girl named Molly, fifty pounds cash, six head of cows, six head of sheep and bed and furniture, to her and her heirs forever.
Item, I give to my son, ROBERT M. WALKER, all the rest of my land not already disposed of, and one mulatto man named Ned, one negro boy named Daniel, two horses, Darby and Dapple, two work steers and six cows, six sheep and all my stock of hogs, and all the rest of my household and kitchen furniture, to him and his heirs forever.
Item, I give to my grandson, DAVID WALKER QUARLES, one negro girl named Amy, to him and his heirs forever.
The rest of my stock, the crop and debts on me to be appropriated for the discharge of my debts and legacies, if sufficient (if not) the negroes (Daniel excepted) to be hired till a sufficiency be acquired thereby.
It is my desire that the old negro woman named Beck, be maintained by my children at her discretion. It is also my desire that my three sons above mentioned, viz: WILLIAM JONES WALKER, ALEXANDER WALKER, and ROBERT MUNFORD WALKER be my executors, and my desire further is that my estate be not appraised, as witnessed my hand and seal this thrity-first day of December Anno Domini, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one.
..............................David Walker [Seal]
....Thomas B. Walker,
"Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina," Published in Chester, South Carolina, 118 Saluda St. Chester, SC. 1982 Page: 409
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|45||Bible Records of ALEXANDER WALKER & SUSANNAH JOHNSON, his wife This Bible was printed in 1790. This Bible was found in an auction house in Roanoke, Virginia by a member of the Col. William Preston Chapter, DAR, Mrs. Lawson Worrell, Registrar, a copy of the record, together with the original pages, having been sent to Mrs. John H. Hoskins, State Chairman Genealogical Records Committee, Virginia DAR, Lynchburg, Virginia 1945-1947 - MARRIAGES A. Walker & Susannah Johnson were married 4 Nov 1802, Elizabeth A. Walker & John B. Garrett were married 18 June 1835, William B. Walker & Ellen C. Johnson were married Nov 20, 1839, Sarah A. Walker & James B. Timberlake were married May 25, 1842, Alexander Walker & Mary E. McFarlane were married Oct 13, 1842, Mary Walker & William Warren were married Oct 13, 1853, Dr. W. M. Walker & Kate L. Walker were married May 24, 1867. DEATHS Sarah Walker, my mother, died 16th Nov 1804, aged 64 years, William Walker, my father, died 2nd Feby 1807, aged 76 years, Sarah Ann Walker died 9th July 1806, aged 12 months, Infant child died 28 ______ 1814 aged 3 days, Catherine Walker died 8 Oct 1823, aged 4 years 1 mo Died in Richmond Feb 16, 1865, Susan Walker, our Mother Susana Johnson died Oct 2nd 1823, aged 77 years, Alexander Walker died 28th September 1830, aged 59 years 7 mo, George Walker died 30 August 1830, aged 21 years 7 mo, Elizabeth A. Garrett died May 19, 1845, aged 34, Richard (J ?) Walker died Feb 18th 1857 aged 49, Wm B. Walker died June 23 1870 aged 56, Died infant daughter of Doctor Wm & Kate L. Smith July 10, 1860 Died Sept 1870 Sandy (?) Garrett, aged 30 years, Alexander Walker was 1st July 1771, Susanna Walker was born 18th November 1782, William Alexander, their first son was born 25 August 1803, Sarah Ann Walker was born 9th July 1805, Richard Johnson Walker was born 19 Jan 1807, George Walker was born 3rd Dec 1810, William B. Walker was born 12th Dec 1812, Infant child was born 25 Dec 1814, died same mo., Susan Walker was born 8th Jany. 1816, Alex Walker was born ______ ____ 1817, Catherine Walker was born 4th July 1821, Mary Walker was born 8th July 1823, Catherine L. Walker was born 5 March 182--., Ellen Cordelia Walker, daughter of Mary and Wm Warren, was born Feby. 26, 1857, Susan Johnson, daughter of Mary & Wm Warren, was born July 26, 1860, Born July 4th 1868, daughter of William M. & Kate Smith (there is no name indicated here), William A. Walker, son of Richard & Emily Walker, was born 28th April 1856, Alexander Garrett, son of John Bolling & Elizabeth Garrett was born Nov 6, 1836, George Walker, son of Elizabeth & John B. Garrett, was born Dec 27, 1838, Bolling Garrett, son of Elizabeth & John B. Garrett, was born Oct 13, 1840, Henry Ashton, son of Elizabeth & John B. Garrett was born Feb 1844, died June 1844.|
Co., TN Will Book 7; Page 247, 248, 278, 279, 359.
Additional information on this individual received from Connie Walton Moretti CWMoretti@aol.com , on 03 April 1997.); died 07 July 1840. He married Sibella Whitsett.
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|52||1850 Census of Boyle County, Kentucky - Alexander Walker, age 74, born in Va, Charlotte Walker, age 64, born in VA|
|53||1850 Census of Chester County, SC, page 55, Alexander Walker, age 50, born in SC, Margaret W. Walker, age 34, born in SC, Victoria Walker, age 3, born in SC|
|54||1850 Census of Adams County, OH, page 123b, Alexander Walker, age 50, born in VA, Mary, age 47, born in OH, Catherine, age 17, born in OH, Elizabeth, age 15, born in OH, Mary, age 12, born in OH, Daniel, age 11, born in OH|
County, NC Will of Alexander Walker, Book E, page 331, Dated: 13 Feb 1834;
proved: Feb 1835, Brothers: Conoley Walker, James Walker, Philip Walker, "Margaret
Walker wid. of William Walker", Samuel Crawford-$1, John Walker, Executor: brother
Conoly Walker, Witnesses: C.F. Faucette, Robert Fausett.
Orange County, NC Will of Phillip Walker, Book E, page 109, Dated: 5 March 1826; proved: May 1826, Sons: James, Conley, John, Philip, & Alexander Walker, Daus: Jinney Walker, Mary Crawford, Dau-in-law: Peggy Walker, Executor: son Connerly Walker, Witnesses: Thomas Reeves, Ralph Faucett
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