Person:David Walker (46)

m. 12 Apr 1750
  1. Thomas Walker1751 - 1761
  2. Nathan Walker1752 - 1771
  3. Samuel Walker1756 -
  4. David Walker1758 -
  5. Bethiah Walker1760 - 1761
  6. Thomas Walker1763 - 1836
Facts and Events
Name David Walker
Gender Male
Birth[2] 9 Apr 1758 Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Christening[1] 4 Jun 1758 Milford, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Military? Bet 1776 and 1778 Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution
References
  1. Milford, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Milford, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Mass, 1917)
    175.

    WALKER, David, s. of Thomas and Bethiah of Hopkinton, bp. June 4, 1758.

  2. Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital records of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, to the year of 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1911)
    191.

    WALKER, David, s. of Thomas and Bethiah, [born] Apr. 9, 1758.

  3.   Walker, David , Hopkinton, Private, in Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors in the War of the Revolution.

    Walker, David, Private, Capt. Caleb Brook's co., Col. Dike's regt.; muster roll for Dec. 1776-Feb 1777; credited to town of Hopkinton; enlisted Dec. 16, 1776; service guarding stores at Boston; regiment raised to serve until March 1, 1777. FURTHER: Walker, David, Private, Capt., Enoch Noble's Co., Col. John Brown's regt. entered service June 29, 1777; discharged July 21, 1777, service 24 days, with Northern Army; company ordered out by Brig. Gen Fellows and Committee of Safety at request of Maj. Gen Schuyler. Roll certified at Sheffield. FURTHER: Walker, David, Private, Capt. Stephen Russell's Co. Col. Samuel Ballard's regt., Gen. Warner's brigade; enlisted Aug 15, 1777; discharged Nov 30, 1777; service 3 months 28 days in Northern department, including 12 days (240 miles) travel home. Roll dated Dracut. FURTHER; Walker, David, Capt. Edmund Longley's co., Col. Cogwell's regt; enlisted Oct 1, 1778; discharged Dec 31, 1778, service 3 mos. 1 day; Company detached to guard and fortify posts at and about Boston.