Person:William Walker (202)

William Walker
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Name William Walker
Gender Male
Birth[1] 03 Sep 1721 Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Death[1] 15 Oct 1803 Cumberland, Pennsylvania
  1. 1.0 1.1 Tyler, James Hoge. The family of Hoge: A genealogy. (unknown: J.F. Hoge, [Self Published]  Jos. J. Stone & Co., printers, 1927), Page 25.

    Hearsay Evidence, Elizabeth Hoge, b. July 20, 1720; m. William Walker. He was the son of William Walker, b. in England, and came to America in 1710. His wife was Elizabeth Curry. She was b on ground where Philadelphia now stands. The son William was b. in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, September 3, 1721, and d. in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, October 15, 1803.

  2.   Egle, William Henry. Pennsylvania Genealogies; Scotch-Irish and German. (Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, United States: Lane S. Hart, Printer and Binder, 1886).

    Dauphin, Pennsylvania, United States: Lane S. Hart, Printer and Binder, 1886), Page 634.

    Page 634 - 4. vi. Elizabeth, m. William Walker

    Page 635 - IV. Elizabeth Hoge, (John, William) b. about 1730; d. at an advanced life in East Pennsboro’ township, Cumberland county, Pa. She m. William Walker, a few years her senior. He served as a subaltern officer on the frontiers, during the French and Indian war; and was a substantial farmer. They were the ancestors of a prominent family, and it is to be regretted that our genealogical data is so meager. A grandson was Robert James Walker, the distinguished statesman and financier, and Secretary of the Treasury under President Polk. Of Elizabeth Hoge’s family we have the record of one child (surname Walker):
    6. i. John, b. July 20, 1754; m. Isabella McCormick.