List of Records for John Walker in Chalkley's Chronicles



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Person LinkDOBDODDOMSpouseFatherMotherAKA
Person:John Walker (81)170517781734Ann Houston John II Katherine Rutherford John III
Person:John Walker (217)17141797c1746Margaret Culton Alexander I unknown Gunstocker John
Person:John Walker (315)<1720>1752 John Walker of South Branch
Person:John Walker (149)>1734Miss Long John III Ann Houston John IV
Person:John Walker (211)>1737 James 126 Mary Guffy negligible information
Person:John Walker (249)>1740c1812  ? Sawney "Wheelwright" Alexander Alexander (14)
Person:John Walker (207)17471814 1) Margaret Hudson
2)Margaret Kelso
Alexander (28) Jane Hammer
Person:John Walker (220)1750<1797 Elizabeth McCampbell Gunstocker John Margaret Culton
Person:John Walker (202)17551830Margaret Paul Samuel 41 Jane Patterson
Person:John Walker (258)>1767? Joseph Walker Nancy McClung "Died Young"
Walkers Creek lineage
Walkers of Laurel Fork
Person:Alexander Walker (42)
=Elizabreth Patterson
green yellow
Letterkenny Walkers
Lewis Walker of Radnor PA
Chester Valley Walkers
rosy brown

Natural Bridge lineage

Line of Dr. Thomas Walker
line of Person:Francis Walker (24)
Walkers of Buckingham County
Walkers of Rockingham
and Orange County, VA
medium aquamarine
Walker of Upper Potomac
Unknown or can't be assigned
Prince George County VA
Walkers of Bedford Co
and Albemarle Co
Perhaps multiple lines
Walkers of Ohio
Mixed records

Wigton Walkers

John Walker I (191)
Person:Alexander Walker (14) John Walker II (190)
John 217
Alexander 26
John III 81 James 126 Samuel 41 Samuel 55
the Orphan
Alexander 28 Joseph 55 Thomas
(81) X
(177) X

Joseph 79
Alexander 16
James 122
John 220
Samuel 64
Andrew 12
William 176 .

John 249
Joseph 71 X

John IV (149)
Samuel 49 .

John 211 .

Samuel 42
James 114
John 202
Joseph 51
Joel 5

James 164
Samuel 68

John 207
William 172
James 120
Alexander 24 X
Joseph 60
Alexander 27
Joseph 60
David 31

William 198 X
John 258 X
Joseph 50
James 127
Samuel 47

Most, but not all, Walkers in Chalkley's Chronicles can be traced to the Wigton Walker line as describe by White 1902. The above is a Summary of Male Descendancy of the Wigton Walker line, based on White, 1902. This includes the Walkers Creek and Natural Bridge lineages. Also included is thethe lines of Samuel the Orphan, known to be related to the Line of John III by YDNA, but also known not to be related to the line of Samuel of Natural Bridge. Not currently shown are the lines of, Alexander the Orphan, and the Letterkenney Walkers, all of which share the Walkers Creek YDNA signature with John III and Samuel the Orphan.) Entries marked "X", indicate individuals who are believed to have "died young", died without children, or about whom nothing is known.


The Four John Walkers of Early Augusta


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Walker John Person:John Walker (217) 1 525 1742 List of deeds recorded in Orange County executed by Benjamin Borden, 1734-1745:
See:Transcript:Landdowners Bordens Grant 1747
Walkers Creek locale; Could be Person:John Walker (217)]] (Gunstocker), or Person:John Walker (81) (John III); all others too young or other wise accounted for.
Walker John 1 15 1745 19 February 1745...(18) Claim John Walker--Losses by Indians. Walkers Creek locale; Could be Person:John Walker (217) (Gunstocker), or Person:John Walker (81) (John III); all others too young or other wise accounted for.
Walker John Person:John Walker (315) 2 395 1746 [Fee Book] 1746-7-- page 106, John Walker, South Branch; South Branch location
Walker John 1 530 1747 Augusta County, to wit.--On the oath of Robert Renoxe it appears to me that Mathew Young did beat and abuse Michael Bready with the butt end of his musket to that degree that his life is in danger, which appears to me in view as also the opinion of Dr. Flood, who is ordered to attend him.

I, therefore, in his Majesty's name, command you to apprehend and inclose the said Mathew Young in close prison until it appears that the said Bready is in a way of recovery, and that he, the said Young, be discharged by due course of law.

You are likewise to apprehend and inclose one John Walker, who appears to vindicate the above Young in his desired murder, &c. Given under my hand and seal, this first day of September, 1747.
no likely candidate
Walker John 2 434 1748 Page 16.--12th April, 1748: John Montgomery and Francis McCown: 18th January, processioned for Patrick Hays; 12th January, processioned for ... James Moore, Alexander Walker present; James Robinson, Jas. Walker present; 15th January, processioned for Alex. Walker, Jno. Walker present; 27th January, processioned for John Walker, James Walker present; processioned for James Walker, James Robinson present;
Walker John Person:John Walker (315) 1 300 1749 Feb 1749... Andrew Campbell vs. John Walker.--Being four of same name, I knew not which to execute process on, Robert Breckinridge. John of South Branch, given timing of subsequent references to this John Walker
Walker John Person:John Walker (315) 2 397 1749 page 52, John Walker, pedler, (February), vs. Watson Wilson; Most likely John Walker of South Branch Potomac, as that John appears in other fee book records about this same time.
Walker John Person:John Walker (315) 2 396 1749 [Fee Book] John Walker, South Branch
Walker John Person:John Walker (81) 2 415 1750 John Walker, gone to Carolina Almost certainly John Walker III because of Carolina Connection
Walker John 1 41 1750 28 Aug 1750......added to kiist of tithables...(420) David Evans, John Smith, Peter Horse, Henry Horse, John Eby, Hans Eby, Michael Props, Mark Swattle, John Brown, Postley Hover, Michael Stroud, John Walker, (above, to Wm. Dyer, added on motion Alexr. Crockett), Henry Henry, Windell Brown, Peter Creson, Alexr. Skoot, Saml. Skoot, John Skoot, James Skoot, added to list of tithables.
2)(421) Benj. Skoot, John Knowles, Joel Hornback, John West, Thomas Crawford, George Baffenbarger, John Christian Carlock, David Craig, John Walker, Jr., George Say, George Say, Jr., Simon Say, John Cunningham, Wm. Cunningham, Henry Landcisco, John Colley, Burket Reager, Henry Carr, Daniel Richardson, Nathaniel Clearey, added to list of tithables.
no obvious cnadidate
Walker John 1 52 1750 (263) John Walker arrested on suspicion of assisting Thomas Davis, a horse thief who had lately committed some robberies of that kind, confessed that he was forced into Davis's service in Prince William County, who brought him into these parts, and with whom he continued about 2 weeks. During that time Davis told him he had stole from the Commissioners, now gone out on a treaty with the Indians, a horse, mare and six blankets, all of which he now has, and received from the said Davis. Davis promised him the mare stolen, but left him and he was taken up. Bailed, and the Attorney ordered to prosecute him for receiving stolen goods. no likely candidate
Walker John Person:John Walker (315) 1 304 1750 Aug 1750...Walter Denning vs. John Walker, Sr.--Debt. Writ 26th August, 1749. Defendant lives at South Branch. South Branch location
Walker John Person:John Walker (315) 1 304 1750 Nov 1750... Andrew Campbell vs. John Walker.--Debt. Writ dated 6th March, 1749. On judgment obtained in Frederick County, in 1743, on a note dated 1738. Most likely John of South branch since there's a similar entry for that John Walker about this same time
Walker John 1 436 1750 Letter to vestry, February 20, that David Evans is so leasey that he will not work and provide for his family, for they are almost starved with cold and hunger, and they have no other example but cursing, swearing, lying, and the like bad vice. We think it our duty to acquaint you of this condition. Mathew Patton, John Smith, William Stevenson, Alexander Crockett, Samuel Patton,John Walker.

Walker John 3 300 1751 Page 146.--28th November, 1751. James Patton to John and Alexander Walker, 800 acres by patent as above. Broad Creek. Corner James Carr. Difficult to attribute to a known John Walker. Broad Creek location suggests association with Samuel Walker of the Natural Bridge line. Samuel Walker did have a son Person:John Walker (202)=Margaret Paul, but he was not not born until 1755. Samuel did not have a son Alexander. Perhaps this is one of the Walkers Creek Walkers, or perhaps an otherwize unidentified John Walker
Walker John 1 55 1752 16 Nov 1752... (365) John Walker, on So. Branch of Potomack, is exempted from levy on acct. of great age, infirmity and poverty. South Branch location
Walker John 3 307 1752 Page 510.--29th August, 1752. Joseph Culton, Gent., to John Walker, 100 acres in Borden's tract. Moffett's Creek; Back Creek; Robert Culton's corner. Teste: Robert Coulton, Alexander Walker. Delivered: Andrew Hays, July, 1757.
Walker John 3 308 1752 Page 26.--17th November, 1752. Daniel McAnore and Hannah to Alexander Gibson, 115 acres. Middle River of Shanando joining land where McAnore dwells. Corner John Trimble; Thomas Gardner's line. Teste: David Trimble, John Walker.Middle River location suggests this is an unidentified John Walker.
Walker John 1 58 1753 (428) John Walker, qualified Capn. of Co. of Foot; John Hamilton, qualified Cornet; John Dickenson, qualified Captain of Horse.<td. insuffcient data
Walker John 1 442 1753 1753-1754, Pt. 1. To the Worshipful Court of Augusta now sitting: We, the inhabitants of this County, have long felt the smart of the great indulgence the ordinary keepers of this County have met with in allowing them to sell such large quantities of rum and wine at an extravagant rate, by which our money is drained out of the County, for which we have no return but a fresh supply to pick our pockets. We, your petitioners, humbly pray your worship to put a stop to the said liquors, which would encourage us to pursue our laborious designs, which is to raise sufficient quantities of grain which would suffciently supply us with liquors and the money circulate in this County to the advantage of us, the same. We hope that your worships will discover to us that you have a real regard for the good of the County, and lay us under an obligation to pray for your prosperity. Robert Stevenson, James Hamilton, Alexander Walker, James Robertson, James Stevenson, John Christian, Alexander Blair, Thomas Shiels, Robert Christian, Thomas Stewart, James Allen, Joseph Hanna, Francis Beaty, Mathew Lyle, Archibald Reah, John Walker (?), Samuel Downey, Daniel McAnair (McEvear), Robert Spears (Syers), Daniel Danison, Robert Moffet, Alexander Henderson, Andrew Hamilton, John Finley, Thomas Beard, Archibald Armstrong, William Mackan, James Campbell, John Vance, John Archer, James Reburn, Alexander Gibson, William Lewis, George Scott, Joseph Bell, James Coyl, William Logen, Samuel McCune, John Caruth, Patrick Hays, Robert Sayers, Andrew McCombe, James Montgomery, James Scott, George Crawford, John Allen, Edward Spear, James Brown, John King, John Anderson, William Logan, Patrick Campbell, Jacob Lockhart, Sam Wallace, James Knox, John Carlile, Charles Campbell, Mathew Harper, John Jackson, James Miller, John Hutcheson, William Palmer, Samuel Love, James Miller, John Henderson, Zachariah Bell (Belche), Andrew Ewin, John Thompson, Loftus Pullin, James Gay, Alexander Craig, Thomas Teat, William Wallace, John Wilson, Alexander Ritchey, James McGee. John Thompson, Samuel Calhoon, John Trimble, Alexander Thompson, William Snodon, Newman McGonigle, John Trimble, Archibald Allison, John Brown, William Thomson. Insufficient data
Walker John 3 310 1753 Page 154.--19th March, 1753. Borden, etc., to John Walker, Jr., 302 acres of 92100. (Back Creek ?); corner Joseph Culton, Moffets Cr., Robert Culton. Delivered: Alexander Walker, October 2d, 1775, Archibald Buchanan. Teste: James and Wm. McCoskry, Alexander McMullen. Back Creeek location, and other settlers suggests Walkers Creek area hence Walkers Creek Line
Walker John 3 316 1753 Page 401.--3d August, 1753. William Martin to John Walker, Sr., 359 acres on Mudlick Run on Roanoke, otherwise called Goose Creek. Iron mine. Delivered: Mr. Hayes, 1757. Teste: Hugh Martin, Charles and Andrew Hayes. See page 409, supra. This is thought to be John Walker III
Walker John 3 329 1754 Page 416.--21st August, 1754. Same to Andrew Hays, £14, 717 acres in three separate surveys, joining the lines of said Andrew's old plantation, part of 92,100 acres. First tract, John Walker's line by north edge of Moffet's Creek; Back Creek to Forks of Walker's Creek; Andrew Hays' old line passing by the dwelling house, grist mill and fulling mill, 307 acres. Second tract, on Hays' Creek; corner to his old survey, 250 acres. Third tract; corner Charles Hays; Andrew Hays' corner; line of Charles Hays' new survey. Delivered to Andrew Hays, March, 1757. Walkers Creek Line
Walker John 3 333 1754 Page 535.--21st Setember, 1754. [Borden's executors to] John Walker. Sr., plantationer, 190 acres, part of 92,100, on Walker's Creek; corner Alexander Walker, plantationer; corner James Moore. Delivered: Andrew Hays. March. 1757.
Walker John 3 332 1755 Page 518.--10th February, 1755. John Buchanan, Jr., weaver, to James McCown. £95, 370 acres in Borden's tract, conveyed by Borden to Buchanan by deed recorded; James Buchanan's corner, crossing Walker s Creek, John Walker's line. Livery by key of mansion house.
Walker John Person:John Walker (81) 3 345 1756 Page 374.--19th November, 1756. John Walker and Ann ( ) to Andrew Duncan, £100, 190 acres of Bordens land on Walkers Creek, cor. Alex. Walker; Alexander's cor.; James Moor's cor.
Walker John 2 443 1756 Page 171.--1756: Processioned by Henry Kirkum and William Hall, viz: For Samuel Gipson, for Paul Whitley, for John Mitchell, for Michael Daugherty, for Henry Kirkum, for Joseph Long, for James Gilmore, for John and Alex. Walker, for John Batty. Sounds like Natural Bridge area, but not certain.
Walker John 1 77 1757 Aug 19 1757...(14) John Walker removed out of the Colony. John Walker III??? but what of 1750 reference to him being in NC?
Walker John 3 49 1758 Page 252.--20th May, 1758. Jacob Patton's estate to Susan Patton, administratrix--To Edward McDonald, Joseph Love, Wm. Plummer, George Tar, Henry Campbell, Jno. Potts, Robt. Williams, Philip Watkins, Reece Watkins, John Walker, Christopher Cunningham, John Patton, Robt. Mountgomery, Robt. Looney, Wm. Lusk, Wm. Graham. Insufficient data.


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Walker John 3 385 1762 Page 370.--12th May, 1762. Andrew Hays and Margret to Henry Miller (Dutchman), £4:0, 231 acres, part of Borden's 92100, on Moffett's Creek, on John Walker's' line, on Back Creek, Fork of Walker's Creek. Acknowledged and privy examination. Walkers Creek area
Walker John 1 124 1765 15 Oct 1765...(4) Thos. Woddell and 545 acres added to tithables. John Buchanan and two others and 513 acres added to tithables. Alexander and John Walker and 359 acres added to tithables.
Walker John 1 491 1765 OCTOBER, 1765 (D). John Hopes (Hapes) vs. Daniel Harrison.--Chancery. Spa. issued September, 1763. Bill states that orator was some years ago employed as Deputy Sheriff under Robert McClenachan, and continued so for two years. Thomas Harrison, Daniel Harrison and John Cravens were his securities. As the end of orator's term drew near he became fearful that he would be behind in his accounts, and withdrew himself to Carolina, leaving his Sheriff's books and effects for the satisfaction of his bondsmen. His effects were immediately attached by Daniel Harrison, who was appointed Deputy Sheriff in orator's place. After some time orator returned to Virginia and sold a tract of land for £47, which he paid to his securities, expecting to have an account rendered to him by defendant, but orator waited a long time for an accounting, and then applied for one, but has never gotten one yet. Prayer for acconuting.

Daniel Harrison's answer states that: Claims that orator is still in his debt. Account follows: Downes's fees--William Carrel, David Johnson, James Scott, John Dunbar, William Longin, Mathy Thomas, John Griffeth, John Megil. Adam Bracen Righ's book (boock)--Alen Sculps, Alen Jackson. John Bumgardner's book--Jonathan Duglis, Aorgin Jones, John Crage, Thos. Dwode, Ben Inman Gouge, John Harrison, Henry Netherentine, Samuel Lonard, Renell Macdannel, Jeremiah Orsburn, Jr., Samuel Pattron, James Rutledge, Samuel Samples, Edward Shankling, Hugh Duglis, Wm. Ewing, David Crage, John Griffeth, James Gray, Reuben Harrison, Samuel Henderson, Francis MacBred, Richard Marling, John Phillips, John Pattron, Valentine Seveor, Mathew Ship, John Walker, Thomas Holing, Mung Price, Hugh Camel, John Davis, Jacob Glashe, John Holmes, Joell Hornback, Thomas Loin (Lain), Peter Mate, John Orsburn, Josiah Parrent, Edward Rutledge, James Scot, Mathous Sulcer, Richard Tictum.
Walker John 3 426 1765 Page 55.--20th August, 1765. James Robinson and Hannah ( ) to Arthur Graham, £75, 200 acres in Borden's tract on Hays Creek; corner John Walker's land. Teste: David Scott, Andrew Hays, Charles Hays. Delivered: Wm. Buchanan, August, 1769.
Walker John 3 432 1765 1) Page 247.--15th October, 1765. Henry ( ) Miller and Elenor ( ) to Andrew Hays. Gent., £55, 231 acres in Borden's tract, John Walker's line by edge of Moffett's Creek, Oak on Back Creek, the forks of Walker's Creek. Teste: Andrew and Wm. McCampbell, Andrew Hayes
2) Page 249.--15th October, 1765. Andrew Hays and Margaret to John Kelley, £46, 231 acres in Borden's tract, John Walker's line by north edge of Moffet's Creek; ash on Back Creek as above. Delivered: John Kelley 10th August, 1773.
Walker John 1 144 1768 15 March 1768... (493) Hemp certificates: John Gilmer, John Walker, Peter Wallace, David McGee, John McClung, Andrew Larney.
Walker John 1 1451768 1768 16 March 1768 (504) Alexander Walker's mark recorded; also John Walker's.
Walker John 3 104 1768 Page 135.--7th July, 1768. James Rutherford's estate appraised, by Joseph Culton, John Berry, John Walker; John McCampbel's bond; Thos. Hutson's; Mat. Moorchead's.
Walker John 3 118 1770 Page 404.--10th October, 1770. John Berry's will--To daughter, Mary; to John Nesbit; to John Berry, son of James Berry, deceased; to John Berry, son of William Berry; to John Berry, son of William Berry; to John Berry, son of Francis Berry; to Francis Berry, wheelwright; to Mary Berry, daughter of Wm. Berry, and her sister Elizabeth; to Elizabeth Berry, daughter of Charles Berry; to daughter, Rebecca Berry. Executors, Alexander Walker, wheelwright, and Wm. Edmastonn. Teste: John Walker, Jr., James Walker, Francis Berry. Proved, 22d March, 1771, by John, John (Jr.), and James Walker. Executors qualify (Edmiston's mark ) with John Walker, Jas. Crawford.
Walker John 3 119 1771 Page 411.--13th August, 1771. John Berry's estate appraised by Joseph Culton, John Walker, John Stewart--Bonds of Hugh and Francis McClung; Wm. McGaughey, not solvent; Robert Farice, not solvent; Peter Cutwright, solvent; Robt. Buchanan, solvent.
Walker John 3 135 1774 Page 250.--13th August, 1774. Margaret Rutherford's estate appraised by John Walker, Michael Couter, George Jameson--Bonds on Thomas Hutson.


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Walker John 2 359 1781 1781--May 22d, James Steel and Mary Parker; October 6th, John Walker and Mary Moor; November 6th, Fred Lemmon and Mary Sea; November 18th, Wm. Golled and Sahra Bowles; November 28th, James Cunningham and Mary Weir; December 13th, Jno. Petre and Ann Edmiston.
Walker John 1 240 1785 17 May 1785...(24) Alexander Reid appointed guardian of John Walker, orphan of Alexr. Walker.
Walker John 2 384 1785 [Guardian Bonds] 17th May, 1785--Alex. Reid, [guardian] John Walker, ditto Alex. Walker.
Walker John 2 285 1786 1786--October 21, Andrew Walker and Elizabeth McKinney. daughter of Alex. McKinney; witness, Alex. McKinney. Andrew is son of John Walker. Witnesses, William Walker, Arthur Graham, Wm. Bell.
Walker John 2 105 1789 Walker vs. Preston--O. S. 93; N. S. 31--William Walker, late of Washington County, died intestate, leaving widow, Elizabeth, and eight children, viz: Nancy (m. Wm. Gallehan), Betsey (m. Wm. Carmack), John, William, Peggy (m. Elijah Tancray), James (infant), Lucy (infant), Elsy (infant). At William's death all were infants except John.
In 1773 Henry Dougherty made a settlement on Laurel Fork of Holston River. Dougherty sold to John Newland, who sold to James Crabtree, who sold to William Walker, deceased.
WilliamCrabtree deposes he knew the land as a hunter, 1772-1779.
Mrs. Nancy Tate, a settler, deposes. Robert Fowler, a settler, 1779,deposes.
James Crabtree, a settler, deposes, Robertson County,Tenn, 1805, that his deposition was formerly taken in Russellville,Logan County, Kentucky.
Aaron Lewis, a surveyor, deposes, 1804, in Russellville, Logan County, Kentucky.
Andrew Marshall deposes that John Dougherty left the county in 1778 and Henry Dougherty in 1779.
James Crabtree deposes that in 1780 or 1781, Wm. Walker settled on Laurel Fork.
Elisha Dungans, a settler, deposes that Wm. Walker in 1778 or 1779 moved to Middle Fork of Holston.
James Tosh deposes he knew no improvement earlier than Parson Terry's. James Stokes lived on it at one time.
Charles Thurman deposes he was married in June, 1790, and William Walker, died the winter before.
Robert Dennison deposes that Henry and John Dougherty moved from this country in fall of 1779. Joseph Dougherty lived on Reed Creek. Deponent is brother-in-law to the Doughertys.
Walker John 2 290 1789 1789--August 24, James Kelso and Betsy Sitlington, daughter of John Sitlington (consent); witnesses, Alexander Crawford, Andrew Sitlington. James is son of Hugh Kelso (consent). Witnesses, John Walker, JohnMoore, John Stewart; surety, Alexander McPheeters.
Walker John 2 291 1790 1790--January 19, Robert Reed and Isabella Walker, daughter of Elizabeth Walker, widow (consent); surety, John Walker.
Walker John 2 300 1791 1791--September 8, John Walker and John Connelly, surety. John Walker and Sarah Connelly, daughter of Arthur Connelly (consent); witnesses, Thomas Connely, Saml. Frame.
Walker John 2 352 1791 1791, January 20th--By Rev. Wm. Wilson: George Wood and Jenny Curry; February 28th, Jacob Long and Sally Burkett; March 7th, John McMiller and Polly Lefler; March 8th, Hugh Donaghe and Betsey McMahon; April 22d, Robert Curry and Sarah Young; March 22d, Benjamin Harrison and Polly Hall; May 11th, Michael Goldlink and Margaret Campbell; May 27th, Robert Douthat and Polly Price; June 1st, George Fry- Peter Long (?); June 15th, Wm. Glenn and Anny Curry; June 20th, Peter Hiplinger and Mary Carpenter; June 22d, George Hook and Mary Weaver; September 1st, Joseph Harvey and Anny Craig; September 8th, Jno. Walker and Sary Conaldly; September 15th, Robert Poage and Martha Crawford; October 7th, Joseph Buyers and Elizabeth Blair; November 10th, Archabald Sole (Sale) and Barbara Fudge; November 18th, Patrick Ready and Sarah Reburne.
Walker John 3 202 1792 Page 95.--26th January, 1792. Robert Reed's will--To son, Alexander, $1; to daughter, Jean Hall, $1; to the 3 boys, the land they bought from. Jno. Poage, i. e., Robert, John, Thomas; to son, Robert; to son, John, land adjoining Andrew Jameson; to son, Thomas, to keep his mother and the rest of the girls; to daughter, Elizabeth. Executors, sons Robert and John. Teste: Samuel Somervil, John Walker, Wm. Johnson. Proved, 18th February, 1794, by all the witnesses.
Walker John 2 186 1798 Walker vs. Reyburn's executors--O. S. 241; N. S. 65--John Walker of Augusta County, in 1798, bought land from Robert Reyburn of Kentucky, son of John Reyburn of Augusta. Robert Campbell set up claim and is dead, leaving heirs, viz: Hugh Campbell, James, John, Robert, William, Wilson, Stephen, Sally Campbell, Jane, wife of William Stephenson; Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Rochester. Robert Reyburn is also dead, leaving, viz: John, William, Robert, James, Polly, Betsy, Susan, Rebecca and Sally Reyburn.
Walker John 2 337-338 1801 1801--January 3, Alex. Connelly and John Walker, surety. Alex. Connelly and Nancy Jackson, daughter of _____ Jackson, deceased. John Walker swears that Nancy Jackson has lived with him for eight years and when he engaged her, her mother told him she was fourteen.
Walker John 2 267 1805 [part of Extenive series of depostions, beginning] Page 111--John Lyle, Sr., deposes at Brownsburg, July, 1805, aged 59. Jno. Allison came to the country long after Borden, Jr's. death. Page 113--John McClung, Sr., aged 73, deposes, same time and place. Page 113--John Walker, aged 57, deposes, same time and place. Samuel Nesbit came to the country after death of Borden, Jr.....
Walker John 2 196 1812 Reed vs. Walker--O. S. 258; N. S. 90--Bill, 26th March, 1812. Complainants are Robert Reed and James Reburn. Settlement of will in Augusta of John Reburn. Orator James, oldest son of Isabella Reburn, is now of age; also is Robert son of Robert Reburn, who had a leg cut off; also Thomas Brooks, oldest son of Margaret Brooks, late Reaburn; John Ready, eldest son of Sarah Ready, late Reaburn, is under age, being now about 19. John Walker, in 1798, bought interest of devisee Robert Reburn. Power of attorney by Thomas Brooks of Madison County, Ky., to Robert Reid. Is grandson of John Reaburn.
Walker John 3 139 - False entry in Index
Walker John 3 309 - No Entry
Walker John 3 189 c1790 Page 244.--List of book debts due Thomas Stuart--By John Allison (Middle River); James Bates, Jr.; Manis Burgey; James Buchanan (near John Tate's); ditto (Burden's Land); John Bell, son to the widow; Wm. Burbridge; Wm. Barnett (Rockfish); John Caldwell (son Samuel); John Cock (Mason); Jno. Campbell (son to Henry); Robt. Campbell (son to widow); Robt. Cowan (son to James); William Campbell (Sander's son); Robt. Campbell (Smith); Alex. Elliot (son to George); William Fulton (Bigham's son-in-law); James Frazer (Scotchman); ditto (Long Meadow); William Fulton (schoolmaster); James Henry (son to Samuel); Robt. Hamilton (Doctor); John Henderson (shoemaker); Samuel Hays (blacksmith); Wm. Jamison (son to Robert); ditto (Christian's Creek); Wm. Johnston (Brushy (Brusley?) Neck); John Kilpatrick (son to Thomas); James Kilpatrick (Thomas' son); John Lyle (widow's son); Joseph Long (Forks); Edward Long (taylor); John Montgomery (wagonmaker); Jno. Moore (Abney's place); Robert Mitchell (John's son); James McCroscery (John's son); William Moore (D. brother); Alex. Moore (D. brother); James McClung (John's son); James McCown (Frank's son); Alex. Montgomery (son to John); James Moore (son to widow); Wm. McClenachan (Doctor); James McClure (owned A. Reed's place); Mr. _____ Oglebay (son to James Brady); Wm. Poage (Holston); Robert Patterson (carpenter); Wm. Reed (taylor); John Robertson (Providence); James Stuart (Providence); Samuel Steel (Providence); Charles Stuart (millwright); widow Stuart (Burden's Land); John Stuart (taylor); John Sinters (Suinters) (Patrick Martin's son); Robert Stuart (Pastures); John Shields (son to John); William Stuart (schoolmaster); John Thompson (wheelwright); John Thompson (son to James); Thomas Wilson (Caylor's town); John Walker (Forks); Samuel Wilson (James' brother); Thomas Welson (Chesnut Ridge); John Weir (Smith's cousin); Alex. Walker (farmer); John Wilson (Robert's son); James Weir (Jeremiah Teford's father-in-law); Edward Walton; John Weir (Hugh's brother); Hugh Weir (Smith); John Weir (Robert's son); George Taylor (Botetourt); David Steel (Robert's son); James Walker (son to John); David Robertson (Providence); Jno. Starling (Botetourt); Christopher Migrons; Wm. Napper; Jno. Long (Holston).
Walker John 2 86 c1804 John Walker (of Augusta) vs. David Laird's executors (Saml. and Anne Laird)--O. S. 48; N. S. 16. David Laird sold slaves to complainant, but it turned out that David did not have title as they were loaned him by John Burton's will (the son of John Burton) in Henrico. Samuel and Anne are about to leave the commonwealth. Not dated, date based on surrounding entries
Walker John 2 363 1794--February 4th, Geo. Adam Bright and Catrine Campbell; February 20th, Jno. Edmunson and Ester Anderson; April 10th, Jos. Walker and Kitty Kelso; April 22d, Hugh Kelso and Jenny Moore; April 29th, Wm. Gibson and Elizabeth McCormick; July 1st, Wm. McPheeters and Elizabeth Wardlaw; July 7th, John Wilson and Sally Miller; August 12th, Wm. Carson and Mary Alexander; September 30th, Fred Weyble and Cath. Carder; October 15th, Wm. Peterson and Sallie Steele; March 24th, Jas. McFadden and Ellen Custer. The above sent by John Walker.