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Subject: John A Walker b. 1770

Robert L. Walker Jr.--Longton, KS (frustrated--brick wall!)
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Date Posted: 21:21:33 11/25/07 Sun

GGGG Grandfather John A Walker, b. 1770, died before 1850. who married Caroline Blair (??). Family history for the next 3 generations comes from Izard County, Arkansas. Hit the brick wall when trying to figure out anything before John A. Walker in 1770. Would like to know where he was born, who is father was and grandfather and where they came from. John A. Walker had a son named John A. Walker(married to Ellender Chism), who had a son named Hartwell B. Walker(married twice to Elizabeth Ann Gray and Dollie Sims), who had Solon F. Walker (married to Emmer Clementine Corbin), who had Fred H. Walker (married to Josie Mae DeBoard), father to my father, Robert L. Walker, Sr.(married to Janice Marie Carra). Hartwell died in 1901 in Fulton County, AR. Solon died in 1945 in Sedan, KS and Fred died in 1972 in Sedan, KS. Solon was born in 1872 in Izard Co., AR; Fred was born in 1901 in Sallisaw, Oklahoma Territory. Would GREATLY APPRECIATE ANY information someone may have on my ancestors supposedly from Scotland, maybe England. A lot of the information we have found after 1770 was found on the website below.

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