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The history of the Walker family, 1734-1990 : & their kindred with related incidents

by Glennis R. Walker
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Cool Ridge, West Virginia : G.R. Walker, 1991
[v], 725 p.

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The progenitor of this line of the Walker family in America is credited to the migration of Thomas Walker from England, and settlement in Orange County, Virginia in 1734. He married Elizabeth Taylor ca. 1738. Thomas was a large planter, and enjoyed a well organized plantation proprietor's life, having ownership to widespread tracts of land in Orange and surrounding counties, including many Negro slaves, holdings and improvements. Descendants of Thomas Walker lived in Virginia, West Virginia and elsewhere. This Thomas Walker Walker is not to be confused with another Thomas Walker (1715-1794) who was a doctor, statesman, soldier and explorer.

Includes Bailey, Lilly, Peters, Walker and related families.

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