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Subject: Re: mary walker---1777

ralph a. applegate
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Date Posted: 18:04:39 01/01/05 Sat
In reply to: Barbara Steblis 's message, "Thomas Walker" on 06:36:16 03/22/04 Mon

Does any Walker know of the parents of Mary Walker, born 1777 in Washington County,Pa. and married to William Applegate,Jr.(1765) somewhere in Washington County,Pa., probably near where the Heath Ferry crossed the Mongahela River across the River from Elizabeth, Pa.? Could it have been an Isaac or a Gabriel Walker?-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ygenet3f3u@wmconnect.com
>***Joseph Married SARAH THOMAS
>Joseph (2nd joseph, 1st probably died)
>If the listing for these children is chronological,
>according to birth, this Thomas may have been born
>between 1763 & 1770.
>If you have no indication of another "thomas" in your
>line, it stands to reason that he was possibly named
>after his mother's maiden name, which, in this case,
>was THOMAS.
>If you have any information regarding Parents of:
>Samuel Carey (Cary) Walker 1820 - 1899
>Married (4th mo, 10th 1844 = June 10, 1844)
>Louisa Rebecca Wells 1821 - 1892
>Both sets of parents were born in Pa. Samuel and
>Louisa had 4 children, one of whom (Comly Walker) is
>my ggrandfather.
>Samuel and Louisa were Quaker, buried in Friends
>Meeting Burial Ground, Horsham, Montgomery County, Pa.
> I have no lineage PRIOR to Samuel C.

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