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The Walker family, originally of the Yeocomico River section of Nothumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia : stemming from William Walker (1622/23-1657) and through one of his descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker (1768-1816), who immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that state to South Carolina, circa 1806, and settled in Edgefield County near the town of that name : ...

prepared by Legaré Walker
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Washington [District of Columbia] : L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1985
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: Summerville, S.C. : L. Walker, 1945. vii, 60 p.

Second subtitle: also a correction of certain errors in a chart of the Adams family, with which the Walkers are connected by marriage.

Includes Aycock, Beane, Dial, Inglesby, Simons and related families.

William Walker (1623/1623-1657), probably an immigrant, lived in Northumberland County, Virginia and married twice. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, South Carolina and elsewhere. Includes data about possible ancestry in England, Scotland, etc.

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