|Most of these books are no longer available except through a library. You can search for the book with Google to find out if it is available. The list is over 20 years old.|
|The Descendants of Martha-Jefferson Bell and Samuel Walker, Edgefield SC, by Judith F. Russell. ISBN: 978-0-9778715-1-3. March 2007
Martha-Jefferson BELL was the second cousin, once removed of President Thomas JEFFERSON. She married Samuel WALKER of Edgefield SC about 1770. The book traces the Revolutionary and Colonial ancestry of Martha-Jefferson Bell, with details of the Revolutionary Service of 18 family ancestors, and then follows the descendants of the family for three generations. The Civil War service records of more than 25 descendants are also included. Other Walker families related by DNA are also discussed.
1051 Forrest Hills Drive
Bogart, Georgia, 30622 -2442
|The History of the Walker Family,
1734-1990 & Their Kindred With Related Incidents
Thomas WALKER, Sr. 1734-1770, Orange Co, VA (Descendants of his grandsons, John and Chrispi Anos WALKER) by Glennis R. WALKER
|This book is no longer in print. Check with your local library exchange program.|
|Walker Family History
Thomas WALKER, Sr. 1734-1770, Orange Co, VA (Descendants of his grandson, Charles WALKER, Jr.); pages 918
|June Faye (Booth) ASHWORTH
562 N. Inwood Drive
Huntington, WV 25701-4811
|Our Maryland Heritage, Book Two:
The WALKER Families - Heritage Books, Inc (#H874); 1997, 287pp, bibl., index, paper,
WALKER families, members of which appear in Virginia records as early as the mid-1600s. By 1790, the first Census of the United States reports as many as 72 Maryland households headed by WALKERs. Descendants of George WALKER of Montgomery County, born c. 1759 in Prince George's County.
|William N. HURLEY, Jr.
Heritage Books, Inc. 1-800-398-7709
|On the North Fork of the
Swannanoa River (1800-1950). Edited by Joan and Robert Goodson.
Contains information on the area as well and information on Jonathon Young Walker (abt 1800-1855) and some of his family.
1421 North Fork Road
Black Mountain, NC 28711
|WALKER: The Descendants of Thomas
Contains a collection of the descendants of Thomas Walker. (This is Gov. Rev. George WALKER's family).
|Maylon E. WALKER
13888 Old Federal Road
Carnesville, Georgia 30521
|WALKER Memorial. Walkers of Old
Plymouth Colony, by J. Walker. 479p. 1861.
Genealogy of James WALKER of Taunton, Philip WALKER of Rehoboth, William WALKER of Eastham, John WALKER of Marshfield and Thomas WALKER of Bristol and their descendants.
|Higginson Book Company|
|WALKER. Lewis Walker of Chester Valley & his descendants, 1686-1896, by P.W. Streets. 446p. 1896.||Higginson Book Company|
|WALKER. Genealogy of the descendants of John Walker of Wigton, Scotland, with records of a few allied families. Also war records & some fragment. notes pertaining to the history of Va., 1600-1902, by E. S. White. 752p. 1902.||Higginson Book Company|
|WALKER Memorial Walkers of Old Plymouth Colony embracing genealogy sketches of James of Taunton, Philip of Rehoboth, William of Eastham, John of Marshfield, Thomas of Bristol, & descendants, by J. Walker. 479p. 1861.||Higginson Book Company|
The Thomas Jackson WALKER, Sr. Family of Caswell County,
NC by Roberta Walker Butler, 1991
It starts with an Alexander WALKER who died in 1811 and continues to the present day WALKERS. There are some open questions in the beginning with Alexander, but other than that, the book seems to be complete. Roberta has a few copies left to sell.
Roberta Walker Butler
124 Battley Dairy Road
Hamlet, NC 28345
E-mail queries to Roberta Walker Butler at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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