Person:William Walker (240)

William Walker
d.28 November 1838 Darke County, Ohio
m. 1747
  1. Elizabeth 'Agnes' Walkerabt 1755 - bef 1814
  2. William Walker1759 - 1838
  3. Henry Walkerbef 1761 - abt 1803
  4. Mary Walkerabt 1760 - 1812
  5. Sarah Walkerabt 1762 - 1799
  6. George Walkerabt 1764 - 1835
  7. John H. Walkerabt 1765 - 1835
  8. Esther Walker1770/73 - 1830
  9. James Walkerabt 1777 - bef 1822
  • HWilliam Walker1759 - 1838
m. bef. 1784
  1. Esther Walker1784 - 1882
Facts and Events
Name William Walker
Gender Male
Birth[1] March 1759 Bedford County, Virginia
Marriage bef. 1784 prob. Virginiato
Death[1] 28 November 1838 Darke County, Ohio
Vital Records

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William Walker was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 6, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Walker, William, born 3/1759 in Bedford County, Virginia; entered service 1778 in Botetourt County, Virginia, where resided, in Virginia company; entered service 1780 in Virginia regiment; resided Botetourt County, Virginia after Revolutionary War for 3 years, then to Mecklenburg County, Virginia, then to Knox County, Tennessee, for abt. 18 years, then to Preble County, Ohio, for few Years, thence to Darke County, Ohio, where received Pension in 1833; clergyman James Davis made affidavit there then he knew soldier back in Virginia; query letter in file 1939 from Lena Walker (Mrs. R.T.) Bowen, Bluefield, West Virginia. F-S7800, R2477.
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