Walker Family History & Genealogy
Walker Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
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Walker Biographies & Family Trees
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Most Common First Names
- William 3.2%
- James 3.1%
- John 3.0%
- Robert 2.0%
- Mary 1.9%
- George 1.6%
- Charles 1.6%
- Thomas 1.1%
- Joseph 0.8%
- Henry 0.8%
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Walker Death Records & Life Expectancy
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Martha, Joshua, and Hampton. There were other children, too. Names?
Martha's children: Annallah age 16, Hampton age 23,
John and Mary both (twins), Patrick,
Sarah, and Hampton.
In the Census 1840 Ruthford Co. Joshua married to Elizabeth Hunt and all moved to Whiteside settlement Ruthford
Co on September 27, 1850. Witness- John
Walker Martha's brother?
June 18, 1860- GoldenValley Ruthford Co.
North Carolina Joshua age 37 and
Elizabeth age 27 Children: John age 13,
Hampton age 10, Joshua age 7, Martha age 3, Nancy age 2 lived with Rebecca age 76, Martha age 40, Hampton age 28.
Martha's children: Annallah age 16 and
Hampton age 23 (Labor)
October 15,1868, Rutherford Co. North Carolina Hampton married to Susan Apply
Father of Hampton was George Walker?
Father of Susan was Henry Apply.
July 1, 1870 Hampton and Susan had a baby Hampton- 1 year old.
Joshua and Elizabeth had Mary,Berry and
George on that year.
1870 census, Burk Co. N.C. Birth place of Fannie York, She was 22 years old.
Born on 1848?
1880 Census, Lower Fork, Burke Co. N.C.
Fannie york was 32 years old. Sam York her son was 3 years old born in Cherryville, N.C.
March 4, 1870, Rutherford Co. N.C.
Hampton Walker married Nancy Terry.
Father of Hampton was Josuha Walker
Mother of Nancy was Nancy Johnson.
They moved June 8, 1880 to Bysartville,
Mc Dowell Co. N.C.
1890 Hampton and son george W. worked in a mine. James H., Mary N.and Martha
Nancy with kids ran away.
June 15,1880 Golden Valley Township,
Rutherford Co. N.C. Joshua Walker
was a servant at age 50 or 60?
March 24, 1885 Lincoln Co. N.C. Hampton
Walker married Fanny York (5 months pregnant) They had children:
Earnest F., Sally, Lizzie my grandma,
and Oma. Fanny was pregnant with Samuel
Hampton my great grandpa died at home in
Soulder, Mo on May 30, 1933 and was buried in Souder Cemetary, Soulder, Mo.
Fannie York Walker died on April 9, 1908
at home and was buried in Souder Cemetary. There were no tombstone for
either, just two rocks near the fence
on the right side of the church.
June 6, 1900 Ozark Co. Jackson Township, MO. On September 15, 1902
Hampton and Fannie got 90+30/100
acres Homestead from U.S. President
Theodore Rossevelt. Sold 50 acres to
Ernest Walker of Hilo, MO, Douglas Co. by Hampton and 3rd wife Nancy J. Walker.
Marriage- Oct 25,1912 witness:
Boone and Luna Abstractor
Later on more histories..
They had several children: Lonnie Homer, Jesse Lee, Lena Mae, Grady & two more children. My grandpa was Homer, he married Nora Haynes.
they had O'Neal, Ernest, Lewis & Rosa.
my dad is Lewis. His mom died when he was about 7. grandpa remarried a lady named Lula Ragsdale. they had a daughter Martha together.
Oneal married Marie & had one daughter Louise
Ernest married Ruth & had Patsy, Betty, Alice, Dennis, Michael & Linda.
Lewis married Lois & had Claudetta, Susan, Paul & Penny.
Rosa was married to Mack & had Jim, Joe & Diane. then married John and had David & Mark.
Martha married Braxton & had Gerald & Lonnie.
Donna has dark brown hair and brown eyes. She has two children (a boy, Benjamin and a girl, Angie) She is interested in learning about her natural family's origin and about medical history. If you have any information or would like to know anything more from me, please feel free to contact me through email, or this site. My email address is [contact link]
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and I look forward to hearing from anyone who knows anything and who wants to help my future mother-in-law learn about her heritage.
Obituary from the "Bluefield Daily Telegraph," Bluefield, WV, November 19, 2009:
"Our precious, wonderful, beautiful mother, Naomi Lois Walker, 91, of Pinoak, died peacefully in her sleep, Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at Sandy's Home Sweet Home in Pinoak. born July 6, 1918 at Besoco in Raleigh County, she was the daughter of the late Phillip Aden Walker and Chloe Mae Hedrick Walker. Mrs. Walker was a member of Rich Creek Primitive Baptist Church at Pinoak. She was a former employee of Beckley Manufacturing and Majestic Laundry in Princeton. Her most devoted and cherished duties were to her family, friends and neighbors whom she cherished. She was spirited, humorous and good to all. She loved to quilt with her friends, read newspapers, listen to preachers on the radio and sing. She loved to tend her farm animals. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Lovis L. Walker, Sr.; one son, Lovis Walker, Jr.; one grandson, Tracy Akers; four sisters, Anna Marie McKeon, Reva Walker, Estes Gibson and Gyle Johnson; two brothers, Andrew Walker and Avil Walker; and stepmother, Mayna McComas Walker. Survivors include four daughters, Delma Birchfield and her husband Abner (Buddy) of Athens, Adele Kossel and her husband Kurt of Beckley, Elizabeth Akers and her fiance Roger Hodge of Princeton, Nancy Semones and her husband Harvey of Lashmeet; and one sister, Peggy Vencill and her husband Marvin of Princewick; and one stepsister, Rema Meadows of Beckley; 20 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and several great-great-grandchildren. Naomi was a mother 'by heart' to Arnold Walker, Jerry Walker and Yvonne Walker-Wiles; Naomi's nephews and nieces; children of Naomi's precious sister-in-law, Deloris Walker Hicks and precious brother-in-law, Tony Preston Walker. They praised her for her love and caring. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Friday, November 20, 2009 at the Rowland H. Bailey Funeral Chapel of the Bailey-Kirk Funeral Home in Princeton withElder Lewis Lester officiating. Interment will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery at Lashmeet. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.