List of Records for Joseph Walker in Chalkley's Chronicles

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John Walker I (191)
Person:Alexander Walker (14) John Walker II (190)
Gunstocker
John 217
Sawney
Wheelwright
Alexander 26
John III 81 James 126 Samuel 41 Samuel 55
the Orphan
Alexander 28 Joseph 55 Thomas
(81) X
William
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Joseph 79
Alexander 16
James 122
John 220
Samuel 64
Andrew 12
William 176 .
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John 249
Joseph 71 X
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John IV (149)
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John 211 .
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Samuel 42
James 114
John 202
Joseph 51
Joel 5
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James 164
Samuel 68
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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
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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.



Known Joseph's

Person DOB DOD DOM Spouse Father MotherNotes
Person:Joseph Walker (55)17221806 1748/49 1) Nancy McClung
2) Grizelda McCrosky
John IIKatherine Rutherford
Person:Joseph Walker (79)17481815 Jane Moore GunstockerMargaret Culton
Unidentified Joseph Walkerbefore 1730unknown unknown unknown
Person:Joseph Walker (51)17581816 Samuel of Nat Bridge Jane Patterson
Person:Joseph Walker (50)1761 Mary Hays Joseph (55) Nancy McClung
Person:Joseph Walker (71) Sawney Person:Alexander Walker (26) Jane ?
Person:Joseph Walker (60)177318391794 Kitty Kelso Alex the Wheelwright Jane Hammer
Person:Joseph Walker (72)1793 1879 1829 Sallie Johnson Person:John Walker (249) Mary MooreGson of Sawney Alexander (26)
Person:Joseph Walker (xx)

1738-1769

LastFirstWeRelate PersonVol.LinkYearExtractExplanation
WalkerJoseph Person:Joseph Walker (55) 25081742 [1742 Militia Roster] Capt. John Buchanan's List: John Buchanan, Captain; Will Evins, Lieutenant; Josef Catton, Ensign; John Mitchell, Sergeant; Joseph Kanada, James Cooke, Charles Donocho, Solo Moffett, Jas. Sunderlin, Will Sayers, John Dyche, Rob. Catton, Charles Gamble, Sam Walker, Alex. Walker, John Walker, Joseph Walker, Cha. Hays, And. Martin, John Edmoston, Jas. Robinson, Ths. Duchart, Will Quinn, Thomas Williams, Jab Anderson, Joh Anderson, James Anderson, Isaac Anderson, And. Hays, John McCroserce, Will Buchanan, Rich. Courser, Sam Dunlap, Will Lonchrage, Rob. Dunlap, Jams Ecken, Will McCantes, John Moor, Will Moor, David Moor, Alex. Moor, And. Moor, Will Mitchel, Nathn. Evins, John Stephenson, James Eken, Jas. Greenlee, John Paul, Mat. Lyle, Joh. Gray, Ths. McSpedan, Joh. Mathews, Will Armstrong, Rob. Huddon, Will Hall, Sam. Gray, Isaac Taylor, Michael O'Docherty, Sam McClewer, Edw. Boyle, Will Humphrey, Nathn. McClewer, John Philip Weaver. JOhn Buchannan lived on northern BOrden's Grant, near the Wigton Walkers. Most likely the Walkers mentioned here, including Joseph, were living on Walkers Creek. Joseph (55) was born in 1722, and is the only adult known Joseph Walker in Old Augusta old enough (age 20) to be in the militia in 1742. Another possibility would be Joseph (99) (the Unknown) who was present in the Natural Bridge area after 1750, and is believed to be related to the Natural Bridge Line. He is referred to as "the Unknown", because he can't be identified with any "known" Walker in White 1902, and there is insufficient information about his family relations to draw firm conclusions.
WalkerJosephPerson:Joseph Walker (55) 12981748MAY, 1748. Joseph Walker vs. Abraham Clements.--Attachment, 8th April, 1748. Defendant about to remove. Joseph 55 was born in 1722, and is the only adult Joseph Walker in Old Augusta old enough (age 20) to be involved in a lawsuit in 1748
Walker JosephPerson:Joseph Walker (55) 24131748DELINQUENTS. 1748.... Joseph Walker, gone to Carolina... Joseph 55 was born in 1722, and is the only adult Joseph Walker in Old Augusta old enough (age 20) to be this Joseph Walker. There is, however, evidence for a similarly aged Joseph Walker, not otherwise identified, but present in the Forks of the James from this time.
Walker Joseph Person:Joseph Walker (99) 22781750[1750] Page ___--Wm. Patton deposes, 7th November, 1806, is aged over 64; resided in Borden's grant 56 years last May. William Wardlaw bought the land. Wardlaw and deponent's father were intimate; has known Joseph Walker from a lad, fifty years ago. Indians were troublesome andpeople collected in great companies. These troubles lasted ten years. Deponent was born 1742.Problematic. Sounds as if he's referring to an adult Joseph Walker present in the area from about 1750 on. This suggests that he's talking about Joseph 99, The Unknown Joseph
Walker Joseph 1 4341750 Inquisition, 19th May, 1750, at the house of James Greenlee, on James River, before John Mathews, on body of Edward Hogan, late of this County. Found that he was drowned accidentally by the oversetting of a cannow as he was crossing over James River, near the house of James Greenlee, on 13th May, 1750. James Mountgomery, Michael Dougherty, John Hitchins, John Ramsey, Josiah F. Hendon, John Vance, John Poage, Samuel Walker, Joseph Walker, John Mathews, Jr., Joshua Mathews, Mathew Vance. Examination of John Maxwell and James McDowell, as to the death of Edward Hogan, taken 14th May, 1750. John says: On Sunday, 13th May, 1750, he, with Edward Hogan and James McDowell, being at the house of James Greenlee, went over the main branch of James River in a canoe to a place of James McDowell, and on their return the canoe overset and they fell out into the river. John swam ashore and McDowell stuck by the canoe, and after some time got on its bottom by which he saved himself. John and James stripped themselves and made every effort to save Hogan, but were unable. James McDowell says the same. John Carmichael testifies. James Frazier testifies. John Fetter Soling testifies. One, Salix, fetched him the news. William Frazier.Greenlee's home was in the Forks of the James, suggesting that this is Natural Bridge line. That might suggest that this is Joseph (51) son of Samuel...however that Joseph was not born until 1758, meaning this must be a different Joseph. Previous records show that unless he quickly returned from the Carolinas, this can't be Joseph (55) of the Walkers Creek line. We have no other appropriately aged Joseph Walkers in the area that have been identified. THere are numerous other subsequent records showing the presence of an adult Joseph Walker in the area between the departure of Joseph (55) in 1748, and when Joseph (51) comes of age in the late 1760's. These records suggest that there is an otherwise unidentified Joseph Walker (99) in the Natural Bridge area during this time period.
Walker Joseph 33151753 Page 379.--10th August, 1753. James Young and Sarah to Patrick Young, 340 acres on Whistle Creek in Forks of James, cor. Joseph Walker, North Branch James; cor. tract surveyed for Sarah Young. Teste: John Low, Francis McCown.
Walker Joseph 33301754Page 447.--21st November, 1754. Robert Poage and Elizabeth to JohnPoage, £25, 300 acres on Mill Creek of James River; corner John Mathews, corner Joseph Walker.
Walker Joseph 33341755Page 38.--21st March, 1755. Robert Poage and Elizabeth (her mark), to James Gilmore, £30, 285 acres in Fork of James on head of Mill Creek; corner Joseph Walker; corner Mary Doughert. Delivered to James Gilmore, November, 1766.
Walker Joseph 3340 1755Page 240.--3d October, 1755. John ( ) Alison (Aliceson) and Jean ( ) to Joseph Walker, £100, 291 acres on North Branch James; cor. Gilbert Campbell; cor. said Campbell's and John Moore's lines. Teste: Andrew Uall, Wm. Buyers. Delivered: Thos. Stewart, February, 1758.
Walker Joseph 14391754 March, 18, 1754. Report of viewers on road through Joseph Walker's land that it is satisfactory.
Walker Joseph 3351754Page 59.--6th June, 1754. Halbert McClure's appraisement, by John Paxton, John Moore, Joseph Walker.
Walker Joseph 3371755Page 88.--21st February, 1755. John Sprout's will (is this Sproul?)--Executors, wife and daughter Mary; sons, John and Jace, infants. Mary and Martha and Sarah to have what is their own. Additional executor, Robert Renick. Teste: Jas. Morson (Morrison), Saml. Walker, Mathew Vance. Proved, 19th March, 1755, by Walker. Jane and Mary Sprout qualify with sureties Saml. and Joseph Walker.
Walker Joseph 3621761 Page 16.--4th April, 1761. Patrick Young's will--Wife, Esibala (Isabella) and Joseph Walker, executors; son, James; 3 daughters, Sarah, Jannet and Allas. Teste: Wm. Hall, Jas. Campbell, Saml. McMurty. Proved, 19th May, 1761, by the witnesses. Executors qualify, with John Bowyer, Jno. Collier, James McKee. Isabella's mark ( ).
Walker Joseph 3731762 Page 196.--18th November, 1762. Joseph Walker and Isabella Young's settlement of estate of Patrick Young. Recorded. Paid John Law, Jno. Taylor, Thos. Stuart, Jno. Hall and Saml. McMurty, James Todd, Gilbert Crawford, Stephen Orson, Jno. Hickman, David Dryden, Hugh Cunningham, Ro. McElhenny, Wm. Hall. Sale bill to Jno. Collier. Jas. Davis, Andrew Hall, Jas. O'Bryan, Saml. McMurty, Geo. Gibson, Isabella Young.
Walker Joseph 3831763Page 314.--2d November, 1763. Joseph McCord's vendue--Sold to Patrick Finley, Joseph Walker, James Logan, James Moore, Mary Brown, Jno. McCord, James McCallister, Alex. Telford, Jno. Somers, Mary Ann Clendennin, David Telford, Wm. McKee, Charles Boyles, W. Wolsy, James Gordon, Thos. Grubbs, Elizabeth Woods.
Walker Joseph 3901765 Page 405.--Whereas a certain difference happened to arise between my wife and Thomas Foster's wife, and unfortunately to me I did espouse my wife's cause, for which I am sorry, and in order to satisfy him, the said Thomas and his wife Elizabeth, we do hereby acknowledge that we have injouresly wronged her, the said Elizabeth Foster, in imputing stealing to her, and by these presents do declare that we are sorry for what we have done and said in regard to that. Given under our hands this 9th day of August A. D., 1765.--Saml. Newberry, Rosanna Newberry. Teste: Jas. Trimble, Jno. Paxton, Joseph Walker, James Gilmore.
Walker Joseph 245017651765 processioning]Page 383.--1765: John Paxton and Abraham _____ report as follows, viz: For Joseph Walker, for Jno. Sommers, for Robt. Moore, for Saml. McClure, for Saml. Moore, for Jno. Taylor, for Christian Milliron, for Edmond Crump, for James Welch, for Wm. Paxton, for James Davis, for James Allison, for Richard Woods, for Joseph Lapsley, for James Campbell, for John Paxton, for William Hall, for George Campbell, for James Trimble, for Wm. Foster, for William Holeman, for James Bailey, for Andw. Brown, for James Edmiston, for James McLang, for John McKnight, for John McCallom, for Patrick McCallom, for Peter Wallace, for John Moore, for Abraham Brown.
Walker Joseph 34261765 Page 46.--14th August, 1765. George Campbell, Agness ( ) Campbell, his wife, and Prudence Campbell, his mother, to Andrew McClure, £130, 194 acres in Forks of James and in the fork of Wood's Creek and North Branch of James; corner Joseph Walker. Teste: Jno. McCampbell, Charles Campbell. Delivered: grantee, September, 1770.
Walker Joseph 31011767 Page 57.--10th September, 1767. Mary McClure's (mark) will--To son, Thomas, for his schooling; to son, Moses, for his schooling; to daughter, Margaret, for her schooling; to son, James, 5 shillings. Executors Joseph Walker and Saml. Lyle. Teste: James McDowell, Saml. McDowell, Alex. McCluer. Proved, 17th November, 1767, by James and Saml. McDowell. Executors refuse. Administration granted Halbert McClure, who qualifies with Saml. (mark) and John (mark) McClure.
Walker Joseph 31091767Page 57.--10th September, 1767. Mary McClure's (mark) will--To son, Thomas, for his schooling; to son, Moses, for his schooling; to daughter, Margaret, for her schooling; to son, James, 5 shillings. Executors Joseph Walker and Saml. Lyle. Teste: James McDowell, Saml. McDowell, Alex. McCluer. Proved, 17th November, 1767, by James and Saml. McDowell. Executors refuse. Administration granted Halbert McClure, who qualifies with Saml. (mark) and John (mark) McClure.
Walker Joseph 31171769Page 378.-- 23d September, 1769. Robert Allison's estate appraised by William Hall, Joseph Walker. 1769
Walker Joseph 34551767 Page 380.--14th August, 1767. William Carruthers and Margret ( ) and Mathew Robertson and Elizabeth ( ) to Moses McClure, £1.5, 3-1/2 acres on South River, a branch of North Branch of James River, Moses McClures line. Teste: Joseph Walker.
Walker Joseph 34571767Page 449.--18th August, 1767. William Ramsey and Jane ( ) to Moses Moore, £210, 582 acres on Little River of Calfpasture, corner Alex. Dunlop's land. Teste: John Cunningham, Joseph Walker, James Trimble.possibly Joseph (99), but Calfpasture location doesn't fit well
Walker Joseph 34821767Page 338.--27th February, 1767. John Byers (Buyers), blacksmith, to Samuel McClure. £18.9.6, mortgage of cows and smith tools. Teste: Joseph Walker, James Trimble.
Walker Joseph 34751768Page 92.--18th August, 1768. John Paxton, Sr., to John Paxton, Jr., £100, 200 acres in the first fork of James River; corner George Adam Salling. Teste: Archibald Alexander, James Paxton, Joseph Walker. Possibly Joseph (51) who would have been coming of age about this time; otherwise Joseph (99)
Walker Joseph 34851769Page 415.--15th June, 1769. Charles Campbell and Margret ( ) to Joseph Walker, £135, 188 acres on Woods Creek in Fork of James River corner Arthur McClure; corner Arthur McClure, Joseph Walker's line,Robert Moore's line. Teste: James Hall, Joseph Walker. Delivered:Joseph Walker, June, 1783.Most likely Joseph (99), but possibly Joseph (51) who would have been coming of age about this time;
Walker Joseph 34891769 Page 415.--15th June, 1769. Charles Campbell and Margret ( ) to Joseph Walker, £135, 188 acres on Woods Creek in Fork of James River corner Arthur McClure; corner Arthur McClure, Joseph Walker's line, Robert Moore's line. Teste: James Hall, Joseph Walker. Delivered:Joseph Walker, June, 1783.Most likely J0seph (99), but ossibly Joseph (51) who would have been coming of age about this time;

1770-1810

Walker Joseph 21501786[1786] George W. Morris vs. Morris' heirs--O. S. 180; N. S. 64--In spring of 1805 orator's father, Richard Morris, died, owning land on Jackson's River, without devising it, and leaving heirs and children, viz: Orator, James, John, William, Isabella (married to William Elliott), Edward, Frances (married to Archibald Armstrong), Robert, Archibald, Benjamin. William has since died, leaving widow Jean and Children, viz: Jean (married to Edward Jackson and now living in Ohio), William, Richard, Nancy, John, Margaret, Elizabeth, Ann, Benjamin (last 8 being infants). James Morris has removed from commonwealth and lives in Tennessee. John Morris, Benjamin Morris, orators' brother and William Elliott and Isabella have removed to Ohio. Bond 19th October, 1805, by James Morris of Roone County, Tenn. Bond 19th October, 1805, by John Morris of Champaign County, Ohio. Patent to Richard Morris, 18th October, 1787, 46 acres by survey, 1771, on Jackson River. Patent to Richard Morris, 14th July, 1769, 93 acres on Jackson's River in Augusta. Survey by Thomas Lewis, 26th April, 1764, 270 acres (patent of grant, 29th October, 1743, to John Robinson, James Wood and Henry Robinson and John Lewis), now in possession of Arthur Dunlap on Jackson River. Patent by Fauquier, 1760. to William McCutchan, 169 acres in Augusta on mouth of Cedar Creek on Jackson's River. Patent by Thomas Lee to William Jackson, 270 acres on Jackson's River in Augusta, 1750. Patent by Dunmore to Richard Morris, 1772, 110 acres in Botetourt joining William Jackson. Patent by Brooke to Richard Morris by survey, 19th May, 1794, in Bath on Jackson's River. Patent by Randolph to Richard Morris, assignee of Joseph Walker, assignee of Peter Miller, assignee of Joshua Phipps, assignee of Nicholas Pryor, 141 acres by survey, 28th January, 1786, on Jackson River in Botetourt, 17th April, 1788. Bond 6th October, 1788, by James Risk of Rockbridge to Richard Morris, warrants a tract at mouth of Cedar Creek and Jackson River, formerly belonging to Wm. McCutchan and James Risk, whose heir-at-law James Risk is. Deed 7th November, 1772, by William Jackson of Orange County, No. Ca., to Richard Morris of Botetourt, tract on Jackson's River in Botetourt, formerly Augusta, on Jackson's River. Recorded in Botetourt, 10th November, 1772.
Walker Joseph 230117911791--February 14, Joseph Walker and William McPheeters, surety. Joseph Walker and Grizzel McCoskey, widow.
Walker Joseph 236217911791--February 22d, Jos. Walker and Grizzel McCroskry... Sent by Saml. Brown to be recorded by the Clerk of Augusta.
WalkerJosephPerson:Joseph Walker (60) 23631794[1794] Rockbridge marriages:1794--February 4th April 10th, Jos. Walker and Kitty Kelso; The above sent by John Walker. The Joseph Walker who married Kitty Kelso is the grandson of Alexander Walker=Jane Hammer, son of John Walker II
Walker Joseph 32311807Page 156.--26th August, 1807. William McPheeters' will--To wife, Rachel; daughter Rebecca Gamble, wife to Jno. Gamble; to daughter. Polly Kelso, wife to Charles Kelso, daughter, Patsey Walker, wife to Joseph Walker; daughter, Rachel Logan, wife to John Logan; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Campbell, wife to William Campbell (to be paid to Rev. Samuel Brown, Jacob Kinney, Wm. McPheeters as trustees); to Sophronia McPheeters, daughter to son James, deceased; to Philander McPheeters, son to son James, deceased; to Theophilus McPheeters, son to son James, deceased; to Jas. Augustus McPheeters, son to son James, deceased. Executors, wife Rachel, Jacob Kinney, Wm. McPheeters, Jr. Teste: Jno. Young, Jno. Moffett, Jr.; James and Robt. Trimble. Proved, 23d November, 1807. Jacob and William qualify.

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