Person:Elsy Walker (1)

Elsy Walker
Facts and Events
Name Elsy Walker
Gender Female


Walker Tapestry
YDNA. Walker

The Tapestry
Families Old Chester Old Augusta Germanna
New River SWVP Cumberland Carolina Cradle
The Smokies


Source:Chalkley's Chronicles
Transcript.Walkers in Chalkley's Chronicles



Chalkley's Chronicles

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.

William Crabtree 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.