Person:Thomas Walker (68)

Thomas Walker
b.Abt. 1765 prob. Virginia
m. 1758?
  1. John WalkerAbt 1759 -
  2. Daniel J. Walker1761 - 1834
  3. Anderson WalkerAbt 1763 - 1822
  4. Daughter WalkerEst 1764-1774 -
  5. Thomas WalkerAbt 1765 -
m. 6 OCT 1787
  1. James Magill WalkerAFT 1788 -
  2. William WalkerAFT 1788 -
  3. Joseph WalkerAFT 1788 -
  4. Thomas WalkerAFT 1788 -
  5. Susan WalkerAFT 1788 -
  6. Sally WalkerAFT 1788 -
  7. Jane WalkerBEF 1795 -
  8. Margaret (Peggy) WalkerBEF 1797 -
  9. Rebecca Walker1802 - 1887
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Walker
Gender Male
Birth? Abt. 1765 prob. Virginia
Alt Birth? ABT 1765 prob. Virginia
Other? family info in "King/Walker and Connecting Families", by Ina Walker King, 1996Event 1
Marriage 6 OCT 1787 Greene County, Tennesseeto Elizabeth Magill


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Source:Edwards and Frizell, 1978:81, 82-135


Family relations for Tom Walker, son of Meadow Creek John Walker


Tom Walker is well documented as the son of John Walker (193)=Mary, of Greene County TN [1]

Tom married Elizabeth Magill (c1745-c1835) daughter of William MaGill=Jane. Williams 1806 will in Greene County, left a bequest to Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Walker.. [2]

  1. Source:Edwards and Frizell, 1978 provide a transcription of a family record for Tom that in 1942 was in the hands of the well-known "Walker Sisters", in LIttle Greenbriar Cove in the Great Smokey Mountain National Park. According to E&F, Martha Walker, daughter of John N. Walker, the great grandson of Thomas, told her that "Papie drew it down for us before he died." "The records were written in old style hand writing on a yellowed sheet of ledger paper. There were five family records and further research revealed Bible records that coincide with four of these family records, proving them beyond doubt". E&F gathered additional supporting evidence, in the form of family bibles, marriage records and wills. It would be useful to document each fact that they gave in their treatment.
  2. Need transcript of will.