Person:Tandy Walker (2)

m. 1735
  1. Sylvanus Walker1740 - 1827
  2. Ann Walker1743 - 1786
  3. Joel WalkerAbt 1747 - 1796
  4. Lankford Walker1749 - 1828
  5. Tandy Walker1750 - 1843
  6. Elizabeth Walker1751 -
  • HTandy Walker1750 - 1843
  • WMary MayesAbt 1755 -
  1. John Walker, Sr.abt 1782 - abt 1850
  2. Dr. Tandy W. Walker1784 - Abt 1851
  3. Sarah Newstep Walker1803 - 1890
  4. Mary Walker1810 - 1870
Facts and Events
Name Tandy Walker
Alt Name Henry Tandy Walker
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1750 Virginia, United States
Marriage to Mary Mayes
Living[3] 1803 Saint Stephens, Washington, Alabama, United States
Military[3] 1814 Served under General Claiborne
Pension[3] 1838 Alabama, United States
Death[2][3] 1843 Newbern, Hale, Alabama, United States
Burial? Newbern, Hale, Alabama, United StatesWalker's Prairie
  1. Tandy Walker, in Familytreemaker, [1].
  2. First Work of Methodism in Alabama , in West, Anson. A history of Methodism in Alabama. (Nashville, Tenn.: Printed for the author, Pub. house, Methodist Episcopal Church South, 1893), Pg 91 [2].

    Southeast of the present town of New Berne and in Township eighteen and Range six is a noted prairie marked on the maps as Walker's Prairie and said to have been so called for Tandy Walker and not far from that prairie on the west side of it Tandy Walker died in about 1842. His grave is there till this day.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 ar/lafayette/history/pub/, in USGW Archives, Aunt Ludie 2000 / Walker [3].

    Tandy Walker’s third child was Tandy 2ND was in St. Stephens, Alabama in 1803. His wife Mary Mayes of Virginia was a Methodist of the Tombigbee circuit.

    Their daughter Sarah Newstep was born at St. Stephens and baptized there in 1815. (Cf. West’s History of Methodism in Alabama).

    Tandy was an Indian trader and scout and served under General Claiborne. In 1814 Tandy was ordered to scout ahead of the Mississippi Volunteers in the Creek Indian country, he was ambushed and wounded and on this account he was awarded a pension in 1838. He died in 1843 and was buried on the edge of what is known as Walkers Prairie, near Newbern, Alabama.

    Please also note there is another Colonel Tandy Walker of the C.S.A. who led a regiment of Choctaw out of Scullyville in the Civil War so far there is no link to the Walkers in Virginia.----

  4.   He married (1) Mary Mays.
    He married (2) Sally Hinton on 1817.