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Buckner Walker

Buckner Walker

Posted: 8 Dec 2006 11:12PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Surnames: Walker, Freeland, Campbell, Howland, Brown,
Buckner Walker, born 1806 GA, TN or ? Summary Information

From the start Buckner Walker is difficult to research to say the least, as very few facts are consistent in his life and that of his family. Several points need to be established in order to confirm this family.

Along with the constant transcription errors and name slaughtering done by Ancestry.com and the lack of information available for the state of Georgia before 1820 this problem creates a real dilemma for any researcher to try to sift thru, let alone a legal professional. A little luck and a profound love of ones family is what is needed here to sort thru the facts to get at the real truth of just who is the family of this Buckner Walker and where his name originates from.

Buckner is first found in 1827 in Hall County, Georgia where he is found on the Indian land lottery list. Where he has received lands in Lee County, as listed below

REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827
20th DAY'S DRAWING-March 29
HALL.
page 60
Fortunate Drawers: Buckner Walker,
Captains District: Roberts
Number: 156
District: 19
County: Lee County

I at the onset of my research I thought that Buckner may have been the son of West Walker Sen. who is found in 1830 in Hall County, Georgia the more that I researched Buckner and his family, the more that I was swayed against this idea. One of the main reasons for this is that the names are not consistent enough to establish a sound relationship. At times this doesn’t mean a lot but in this case I believe that it does.

The family of West Walker, follow a pattern that is not consistent with those of Buckner Walker and his brother Memory Walker, Some have assumed that Memory Walker was the son of West, this I believe is an error and unless I see a Will to prove otherwise I contend that Memory Walker is the brother of Buckner and that these two men although they might be related to West Walker they are not his sons.

By 1830 Buckner Walker is found in Habersham County, on page 66 of the census listed as follows




1830 Federal Census Habersham Georgia

Buckner Walker, Household listed as 200010000000010001 listed on page 66. Two males 0-4 One male 20-29 One female 0-4 One female 20-29

Also found listed in 1830 in Habersham County is Buckner Walker’s mother in law Mary Ann Feeland nee Howland. Her husband was Isaac Freeland who died in Franklin County, about 1820 he is believed to have been born in England and his wife in Virginia, their daughter Saleta Freeland married Buckner about 1824.

Isaac and Mary Ann Freeland had four known sons, Howell, Isaac Jr. John, and Jeremiah H. Freeland. The Freeland’s play a large part in the research of this Walker family and I believe that they have a long history together.

West Walker may be an uncle of Buckner Walker but this I find doubtful as well, as I believe that the Rebecca Walker found in the 1840 census in Lumpkin County Georgia on census page 24 is his mother and neither, Memory Walker or Buckner names a child after her.

Now if you go by just the census records one would believe that West Walker Sen. Abner, West Jr. Memory Walker, Rebecca, and Micajah Walker are all related as they are all found grouped together on page 24 of the 1840 census for Lumpkin County, grouped as such. Line #17 Rebecca Walker, line # 23 West Walker Jr. line #26 Abner Walker, line # 27 West Walker Sen. Line # 28 Memory Walker. On page 25 line # 3 Micajah Walker.

In 1830 in Hall county Georgia you find on page 114 Memory Walker , page 112 Micajah Walker, page 132 West Walker Sen. One may ask if these men are not related why are they in the same county and yet Buckner Walker is off on his own? If you look at the 1827 Indian Land lottery you will find the answer to this question Buckner Walker and Memory Walker were from the Hall County, area these other Walkers were not. They came from Jones County same as Rebecca Walker and drew into this area by lottery. Buckner Walker in 1830 was in Habersham County and in 1840 moved to Forsyth County, with his brother in law Isaac Freeland.


Howell Freeland moved to Polk County, Tennessee shortly after his marriage in 1833 with his father in law Jesse Campbell who was born in 1787 in South Carolina. Memory and Buckner Walker moved to Polk County, about 1849.
John and Jeremiah Freeland are found in the 1840 census in Lumpkin County, I believe that Mary Freeland the mother is found in 1840 in the household of Memory Walker in Lumpkin County. And as stated Isaac Freeland, is in Forsyth County, near Buckner Walker in 1840.

The facts as I see them are this, the brother of Buckner Walker, is Memory Walker and possibly a James and John Walker, I believe that they were orphaned young and were unsure as to where or when they were born. What leads me to this conclusion is the fact that neither, Memory or Buckner, are consistent in their birth dates or place of birth leading one to believe that this is due to the death of their parents at a young age.

There are several points that lead me to conclude that these two men are linked together and I will cover them one at a time. Point # 1 Buckner named a son Memory after his brother. Point # 2 the name Memory is odd enough to set it apart from that of the more common names. Point # 3 the Freeland family had close ties to both of these Walker men ie the Freeland sons living near Memory Walker in 1840 and Mary Freeland in the household of Memory Walker. Point # 4 Howell Freeland moved to Polk County, Tennessee from Lumpkin County, Georgia Memory and Buckner both moved to Polk County, to the same District at the same time and are found living close to each other. Jeremiah Freeland also moves at this same time. Point # 5 both Buckner and Memory Walker named sons John, and James, and a daughters Mary Ann.

Some other researchers have tied Memory Walker as a son to West Walker and I believe that this is an error due to the facts that I have laid out. The other point is the fact that both Memory and Buckner both came out of Hall County, Georgia before 1825 as proof one must study the Indian land lottery grants. Both men from the same county drew lands in another county’s. This is why they are not found together until 1850.

It is very easy to see why some researchers have made the mistake of adding Memory Walker to the Family of West Walker, from the census information.

I must state again West Walker may be related to these two men but I doubt he is the father. The clue to who may be the father of Buckner and Memory Walker may be found in the names of the children, and to find this one must look to the names that have been repeated over and used again. It is not a stretch to think that the family would want to keep the (Memory) of their father alive, and no the word memory was put in caps for a reason. If the children were orphaned at a young age it would be understandable if the ages and place of birth is off. I believe that the father of these two men based on what I have seen is a man by the name of Memorable Walker who died about 1804 in Elbert County, Georgia. This Will, I’m sure holds the keys to this family’s heritage and should be ordered for more clues to the children. Memory aka Memorable Walker is not a common name and this I believe is the best place to start researching.

Now the name Buckner is also a rarity and sparks many questions that should be answered. It is certain that Buckner is derived from the Buckner family and is that of a last name and a means to honor and keep the family name alive as was the custom of the day. Now this can lead one to search their roots in the wrong place looking for where their family might fit in. I believe that this question can also be answered by looking to ones other family members.

Researching migration patters as I do, I have learned that most of the early settlers had long time roots with those of other family’s that lived close by them, they inner married and traveled together lived and died together. Some of these friendships were formed from the Revolutionary war and carried on for many generations.

I believe that the Freeland, Walker, and Buckner family’s had these same ties from the past. A case in point would be Freeland Buckner born 1802 in Georgia he can be found in the 1827 Indian lottery lists and in the 1860 census in Monroe County, Georgia he is very elusive to say the least as he too has had his name slaughtered by transcription errors. It is not by chance that these three names cross paths as they do. This indicates a long family history that I am sure will be lead to a better understanding of how all this information fits together. I should note here that in the 1860 census for Monroe County, lists Freeland Buckner as Frelin. I have looked at the 1860 tax lists and his name is clearly Freeland Buckner, this is clearly the same man.

It should also be noted that there was a Jesse Walker who died interstate around 1804 that came from Grandville County, North Carolina that may play a role in this family. The Walker’s from Grandville County, claim ties to my Captain George Walker who died in Bledsoe County, Tennessee in 1833. Researchers who have an interest in this family should research both of these two families.


Below I will leave the end notes for family researchers to follow the trail to these individuals that I have listed above as they can be very elusive to find in the census records. I am not related to this Buckner Walker that I know of but have done some extensive research on him and offer this research in hopes that it will help others.


NOTES TO ASSIST RESEARCHERS ARE LISTED BELOW:

1840 Federal Census Forsyth County Georgia

Buckner Walker household 1310010000000200001 One male 0-4 Three Males 5-9 One male 10-15 One male 30-39 Two females 0-4 One female 30-39

Note ! Also found in Forsyth County at this same time is Issac Freeland who is the brother to Buckner's wife Saleta Freeland.

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1850 United States Federal Census Tennessee Polk Subdivision 25

Buckner Walker Household # 944-953 birth place listed as Tennessee and birth date 1806.

Note ! By 1850 there is one child missing from the home that was in the 1840 census this is believed to be James Harvey Walker. Also those listed in the house in 1850 are Buckner Walker age 44, Celeth age 44 ,John age 18, Memory age 17, Nancy age 15 ,and George W age 13.

There is no sign of Robert H Walker, Isaac N. Walker, Buckner Walker b. 1846 , or William Walker . This causes me to believe that these children are not Buckner and Saleta Walker’s children but those of a possible brother as they do not show up until the 1860 census and are too young to be on their own in 1850
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Patentee: BUCKNER WALKER

Survey

State: ALABAMA ,Winston County.
Acres: 309.72
Metes/Bounds: No



Title Transfer

Issue Date: 12/1/1859
Land Office: Huntsville
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)

Document Numbers

Document Nr.: 29809
Accession/Serial Nr.: AL3900__.312
BLM Serial Nr.: AL NO S/N
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1860 United States Federal Census Alabama, Winston County, Half Township 10 Range 7

Buckner Walker, Household # 24-24 Page 3 lists his place of birth as Tennessee and being born in 1806

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1870 United States Federal Census Alabama Winston Township 10

Buckner Walker is listed as houehold # 53-53 on page # 86 of the census.

Note Ancestry.com has him listed under Walker Buckner, I looked at this census and it is clearly Buckner Walker. I have since corrected this information on Ancestry.com as of 12/3/06. Also the place of birth has changed to Georgia and the birth year is 1806


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1880 United States Federal Census Alabama Lawrence Moulton District 176

Buckner Walker is listed as household # 25-25 on page 3 of the census

Note ! Buckner states his birth state as Georgia birth year as 1806. Ancestry.com has him listed as Brakner Walker and his wife is listed as Solety. He also lists the place of birth for his parents as unknown.

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REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827
4TH DAY'S DRAWING--9th March
HALL.
page 9
Fortunate Drawers: Memory Walker,
Captains District: Roberts
Number: 94
District: 5
County: Coweta County

Note both Buckner and Memory Walker are from Hall County, Georgia West Walker and Family are from Jones County. West Walker and family drew land Lottery grants into Hall County causing others to believe that he is the father of Memory Walker
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REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827
9TH DAY'S DRAWING-16th March.
HALL.
page 27
Fortunate Drawers: Memory Walker,
Captains District: Roberts
Number: 135
District: 14
County: Muscogee County
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1830 federal Census Hall County, Georgia Page 114

Memory Walker, Household 000010000000030001 One male 20-29 Three females 0-4 One female 20-29
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1840 Federal census Lumpkin County, Georgia Page 24

Memory Walker, Household 2000010000000012100101 Two males 0-4 One male 30-39 One female 5-9 Two females 10-14 One female 15-19 One female 40-49 One female 60-69

Note ! The older female that is listed as 60-69 is believed to be that of Mary Ann Freeland Nee Howland who is the mother of Buckner Walker’s Wife this information fits with the fact that her two sons Jeremiah and John Freeland are both in the same County and close by as well. I do believe that Buckner and Memory are brothers. This I am positive of.
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1850 United States Federal Census Tennessee Polk Subdivision 25

Memory Walker Household # 911-909 page 515 Memory Walker lists his birth sate as Georgia and birth date as 1802
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1860 United States Federal Census North Carolina Cherokee Shoal Creek

Memory Walker is listed as household # 453-653 page 70. He lists no age for himself or place of birth

Note Listed as Membroy Walker I did not correct the census as this was done by the census taker and not Ancestry.com I will add an alternate name in the system for others to find him in the future.
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1870 United States Federal Census North Carolina Cherokee Shoal Creek

Memory Walker Household listed as # 101-101 on page

Note ! Just below Memory is his son James and Family. also note Ancestry.com has him listed as Manny Walker I have since corrected this error. Memory Walker also is listing his place of birth as North Carolina and not Georgia.he also claims his birth as 1805

Georgia Census, 1790-1890
about ISAAC FREELAND
Name: ISAAC FREELAND
State: GA
County: Franklin County
Township: Tax List 1802
Year: 1802
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 021
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

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Georgia Census, 1790-1890
about ISAAC FREELAND
Name: ISAAC FREELAND
State: GA
County: Franklin County
Township: Tax List 1807
Year: 1807
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 063
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

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Georgia Census, 1790-1890
about ISAAC FREELAND
Name: ISAAC FREELAND
State: GA
County: Franklin County
Township: Tax List 1811
Year: 1811
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 025
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

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Georgia Census, 1790-1890
about ISAAC FRULAND
Name: ISAAC FRULAND ( Freeland )
State: GA
County: Franklin County
Township: Tax List 1819
Year: 1819
Record Type: Tax List
Page: 011
Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

1820 Federal Census Habersham County, Georgia

Mary Freeland listed in Habersham County, Ancestry.com Image is not viewable

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1830 United States Federal Census Georgia Habersham Not Stated

Mary Ann Freeland Household listed as 000220000000000000001 Two males 15-19 Two males 20-29 One female 50-59 listed on page 42 and line 19

Mary Ann Freeland is the only family of this name in Habersham County Georgia. I feel sure that this is the mother of Saleta Freeland
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1840 federal Census Lumpkin County Georgia

I believe that the older female living with Memory Walker in Lumpkin County Georgia is none other then Mary Freeland. This makes sense due to the fact that two of her believed sons are in this same County. and Buckner Walker being in Forsyth County With her other son Isaac Freeland.

Mary Freeland is believed to have died in Lumpkin County before 1850. I have found no Will to date for Mary or Isaac Freeland. For more information one must search the court documents for more clues as they would have been recorded in some form if they owned anything of value and they did.

REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827
21st DAY'S DRAWING-March 30
HALL.
page 63
Fortunate Drawers: Isaac Freeland,
Captains District: Roberts
Number: 246
District: 29
County: Lee County

1 29 246 Freeland, Isaac
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1840 Federal Census Forsyth County Georgia

Isaac Freeland household listed as 310201000000011001 Three Males 0-4 One male 5-9 Two males 15-19 One male 30-39 One female 0-4 One female 5-9 One female 20-29

Note ! At first I did not believe that this could be the son of Mary Freeland due to the two boys that are listed as ages 15-19 as this does not fit the information on the 1830 census for Mary Freelands sons. They would have had to have been married after the 1830 census.

After close analysis of the information on Isaac Freeland of the 1850 Census I know that this is in fact the son of Mary and Issac Sen Freeland
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1850 United States Federal Census Georgia Forsyth District 31

Isaac Freeland household # 134-134 Also living in this household is a John Walker age 18 born in Georgia This furthers proof of the tie to the Walker Family also listed is a Thomas Allen age 21 born in Georgia. These are the two young men on the 1840 census. This John Walker living with the Freeland Family may hold further clues as to this Walker family . He should be traced out thru the years to see where he ties in.

1840 Federal census Lumpkin County, Georgia

John Freeland household 120010000000020001 One male 0-4 Two males 5-9 One male 20-29 Two females 0-4 One female 20-29

1840 federal Census Lumpkin County Georgia

Jeremiah Freeland Household 210010000000010001 Two males 0-4 One male 5-9 One male 20-29 One female 0-4 One female 20-29
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1850 United States Federal Census Tennessee Polk Subdivision 25

Jeremiah H Freeland household # 915-923

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1860 United States Federal Census Tennessee Polk District 8

Jeremiah Freeland household # 1145-1145 listed as J Freeland Living right below him is his brother Howell Freeland listed as Howell Frelin. living above him is George W Walker the son of Buckner Walker
Howell Freeland married Zilphia Campbell in Lumpkin County Georgia in Sept. 18 1833

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1840 federal Census Polk County, Tennessee

Howell Freeland, household 000010000000031001 One male 20-29 Three females 0-4 One female 5-9 One female 20-29

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1850 United States Federal Census Tennessee Polk Subdivision 25

Howell Freeland listed as household # 931-939

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1860 United States Federal Census Tennessee Polk District 8

Howell Freeland listed in 1860 has now become Howell Frelin and is household # 1146-1146 living just below his brother jeremiah Freeland and George Walker who is the son of Buckner Walker








OTHER NOTES THAT MAY BE OF HELP !

David Glaze was in Wilkes County by 1791 when he sold some land in
Granville County, NC which had been left to him by his father, Benjamin. He
appears in Lincoln County, GA tax lists and in the 1840 census. He died
intestate. His estate was settled with a sale on October 4, 1825 in Lincoln
County. In 1809, David was Justice of the Peace in Lincoln County. He was
administrator of the estate of Jesse Walker in 1804-1818 and made payments
on behalf of the orphan Walker children to guardians, who were
brothers-in-law of Margaret (Glaze) Walker, his sister. Susan (Susannah)
Glaze, age 50-60 appears with children matching the ages of most of those in
the Lincoln County, GA 1820 and 1830 census. She also appears in the 1840-50
census of Lincoln County. Her will was dated 1853.




REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827
19th DAY'S DRAWING-March 28.
PUTNAM.
page 58
Fortunate Drawers: Freeland Buckner,
Captains District: Allums
Number: 111
District: 3
County: Muscogee County

This name needs lots of research ! Who is Freeland Buckner ? Freeland Buckner is found in the 1860 census for Monroe County Georgia and lists his birth date and place as 1802 in Georgia Family 190-187 page 731 he is listed as Frelin Walker but the tax list for 1860 Says Freeland Walker so I know that this is the same man.

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Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 16 May 2007 2:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Walker
I have just started on the walkers and thought ours might be related to your research. I have found a memory walker in the 1900's in winston county alabama census. Is he related to your memory walker? I am looking for info on George W. Walker who married Mattie Gardner 1/17/1915 in winston county, Al. He is my husbands great grandfather. He had a son RC Walker. I have found them in 1920 census also in winston co. jrwalker@tds.net

Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 22 May 2007 11:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
I connect to your George and Mattie Walker. Please e-mail me at ROW71781@aol.com

Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 26 May 2007 9:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you for sharing such WONDERFUL research!

Have you shared your Freeland research with Dawn Ridder? Dawn descends from Howell FREELAND's daughter Artemissa Freeland b. 1837 Lumpkin County, Georgia, married 1st William A. Watts who was killed during the War Between States and buried Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta, leaving two children Joseph Howell WATTS and Josephine. Artemissa married 2nd to William Leander SUTTON and for while lived TN, later moved to Tom Green County, Texas.
Isaac Freeland, Sr. was a soldier who served both during the Am. Revolution and War of 1812. Isaac Freeland, Sr. received Bounty Land for his Rev. War service. Dawn has searched thru the old files at NARA-DC, locating documents where Isaac Freeland, Sr. sold these land certificates in his aging years.
I research my Great Grandfather Levi WATTS b. 1829 GA and lived Lumpkin County, Georgia, with his older siblings John C., Samuel Johnson, Rufus Ellis, Survantus Watts (they born North Carolina) who in 1837 served Georgia in the Florida Indian Wars and by 1849 settled in Morgan/Blount, later Winston and Cullman Counties of Alabama.
My WATTS Y-DNA recently "matched" descendants of brother of William A. Watts named Daniel Columbus Renaugh WATTS. We aren't yet sure how they are related, just KNOW they are from the DNA.
In 2005, Dawn & I visited a descendant named Juanita of Isaac Freeland, Jr. (b. 1807, d. age 52 by Hanging April 15, 1859 Forsyth County, Georgia following a night of drinking with the guys and mysteriously his pocket knife the next morning found still stabbed a man's body). There are newspaper articles telling this story.
Isaac, Jr's son John D. Freeland (1832-1923, died age 91) is buried Maulding Cemetery, Blount County, AL. John D. Freeland's Civil War records tells the story of the kind people of Alabama who provided him a decent burial and provided for him in his aging years.
I wanted to point out that Lumpkin County was formed December 1831 from Hall and Habersham County. In the Court records found in Dahlonega, GA August 1834 listed West Walker, Sr. as a Juror as was Isaac R. Walker. Keep in mind Hall County is a BURNED COUNTY with no early records. 1841 listed juror Monteon J. Walker. 1849 Malcom J. Walker, juror. There were OTHER (!) Walkers listed in the land records and Jurors, I simply didn't copy them from the court records.
Blount County, Alabama marriages for 1828 page 250--2 March 1828 Isaac Walker and Lettice Cornelius.
I have Alabama cousins from my Mom's family who are descendants of Buckner Walker married descendants of Levi Watts. Plus my Aunt by marriage Beatrice WALKER of Nauvoo, AL descends from Buckner WALKER. Aunt Bea married my Dad's younger brother Bill McGough.

Regards,
Judy Spaulding
California

Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 28 May 2007 12:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Judy, please contact me at ROW71781@aol.com. I am working on the Descendant of Columbus White of Winston County, Alabama. Your Mattie Gardner is the granddaughter of Columbus White. Your Beatrice or Bea is the daughter of Mattie Gardner and George Walker. I have that your Bea married Bill McGough, Jr. of Walker County. I need help with completing the family tree of Bea and Bill McGough, Jr. family.

Becky White

Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 14 Mar 2009 1:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Walker
Please contact me. I have connection to Buckner Walker. Have a great narrative about Buckner and sons in Civil War. It corroborates a story/family anecdote my father-in-law used to relate. I will respond propmtly to your message.
Thanks, Grace

Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 14 Mar 2009 1:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Walker
Please contact me. I have connection to Buckner Walker through his son William of Lawrence County Alabama. 1880 census for Lawrence County shows Buckner and Selety living "next to" William and Amanda. William named his first daughter Nancy. Youngest in 1880 was Margaret aged 6 months, who meshes well with "Solety" listed in the 1900 census for William's household. Years ago, my father-in-law used to relate an anecdote about his family nearly being hanged in the Civil War. Last night, I found a transcription of a claim on the part of Buckner Walker for loss of cattle and corn. It was transcribed by Gary Walker and is quite detailed. One of the witnessses is William Walker, who states that Buckner is his father. Buckner also states that he is not certain where he was born.
Please contact me. I will respond promptly to your e-mail.
Grace

Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 17 Oct 2009 3:23AM GMT
Classification: Query
I've been trying to establish a positive connection between James Harvey Walker and Buckner Walker. I bumped into your post along the way. Do you know of any census information that lists James Harvey Walker's name alongside/beneath that of Buckner Walker? Thanks!

I also got a little side-tracked and decided to look into the Memorable Walker (d. 180-?) you mentioned. I found this document record and thought I'd pass it on in case you hadn't seen it or tried to connect it to your research:

http://www.afrigeneas.com/slavedata/Walker-GA-1702.txt

Re: Buckner Walker

Posted: 17 Oct 2009 5:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Walker....
The information that you seek is not found in the census records although you may establish it this way as they do follow a pattern. The positive proof comes from various documents, from the Civil war and direct family lines. Joseph Burger married Nancy (Walker) Burger daughter of Buckner Walker and sister to James Harvey Walker. Also please not that James Harvey Walker also went by the name of Joseph and is found on his marriage license to Rebecca Eaton in Georgia.........

Email me directly and I will send you some of this proof! Also I have seen the will you sent thank you......

Brian Walker
bwalker41@hotmail.com
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