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The Walker family, originally of the Yeocomico River section of Northumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia, stemming from William Walker, 1622/23-1657, and through one of his descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker, 1768-1816, who immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that state to South Carolina, circa 1806, and settled in Edgefield County near the town of that name

also a correction of certain errors in a chart of the Adams family, with which the Walkers are connected by marriage

by LegarГ© Walker

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Published in Summerville, S.C .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsCS71.W18 1945
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 60 pages
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27028459M
LC Control Number48014978
OCLC/WorldCa3550477


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The Walker family, originally of the Yeocomico River section of Northumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia, stemming from William Walker, 1622/23-1657, and through one of his descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker, 1768-1816, who immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that state to South Carolina, circa 1806, and settled in Edgefield County near the town of that name by LegarГ© Walker Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The Walker family, originally of the Yeocomico River section of Northumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia: stemming from William Walker, /, and through one of his descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker,who immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that state to South Carolina, circaand settled in Edgefield.

The Walker family, originally of the Yeocomico River section of Northumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia: stemming from William. The Walker family, originally of the Yeocomico River section of Nothumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia: stemming from William Walker (/) and through one of his descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker (), who immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that state to South Carolina, circaand settled in Edgefield County near the town of that name.

The Walker family: originally of the Yeocomico River section of Northumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia, stemming from William Walker, /, and through one of his descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker (), who immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that state to South Carolina, circaand settled in Edgefield County near the town of that name:.

The Walker Family Originally of the Yeocomico River Section of Northumberland, Virginia (Source: MyHeritage) ($). [Walker] Walker, Legaré. The Walker Family, Originally of the Yeocomico River Section of Northumberland (Subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia, Stemming from William Walker, /, and Through One of His descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker,Who Immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that State to n.p., The Walker Family Originally of the Yeocomico River Section of Northumberland, Virginia (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Whitecotton Surname DNA Project (Source: Family Tree DNA) Descendants of Sir John Williford (Source: Flebbe's Genealogy).

History of the Surname Surnames as we know them today were first assumed in Europe from the 11th to the 15th century. They were not in use in England or Scotland, before the Norman Conquest ofand were first found in the Domesday Book of The employment in the use originally of the Yeocomico River section of Northumberland book a second name was a custom that was first introduced from the Normans who had adopted the custom just prior to this time.

Alice Elizabeth Lawrence Haynes (born Hascall) in The Walker Family: Originally of the Yeocomico River Section of Northumberland, Virginia " lker Wilson d.

November 8, 18 9 a m. Walker: The Walker Family: Originally of the Yeocomico River Section of Northumberland (Subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia, Stemming From William - by Walker, Legare Summerville, SC, Price: $ son and grandson, residing near the head of the very short Yeocomico River which empties into the Potomac River a short distance from the Chesapeake Bay.

This finding, nowhere published, led to this book which is devoted to the first six generations of this family. Lamkin has been used throughout as the spelling of the name despite many.

Add tags for "Descendants of Legaré Jones Walker of Summerville, S.C., an update of his branch of the Walker family since the publication of "The Walker family" by Legaré Walker in ".

Be the first. Public Ground of Northumberland County is located in the South Yeocomico River, beginning at a point approximately feet north of Walker Point and feet northwest of Palmer Point, said The Walker family being Corner 1, located at Latitude 38° ’ N., Longitude 76° ’ W.; thence southeasterly to Corner 2, Latitude 38° Deed & Will Book Northumberland Co Va; Antient Press: Pg 48 acres S.

Wtly. and north Wtly. on the several lands of one Bloyce and a Cooper on the N. side of Yeocomico River, the opposite sides of sd. river. Source: Land Office Patents No. 3,p. 38 (Reel 2). WILLIAM WALKER, acs. Northumberland Co.,   Yeocomico Church, near Kinsale, Virginia (which town is situated on the Yeocomico River), is a landmark of the area.

Not far away is Nomini River, and a Nomini Creek. The following record, found in Westmoreland County Deeds and Wills, Book No. 3,pagestates that Peter Smith had a brother James. Walker, Legaré, The Walker family, originally of the Yeocomico River section of Northumberland (subsequently Westmoreland) County, Virginia: stemming from William Walker, /, and through one of his descendants, Joseph Rabley Walker,who immigrated from Mecklenburg County in that state to South Carolina, circaand settled in Edgefield County.

The Walker River is a river in west-central Nevada in the United States, approximately 62 miles ( km) long. Fed principally by snowmelt from the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, it drains an arid portion of the Great Basin southeast of Reno and flows into the endorheic basin of Walker river is an important source of water for irrigation in its course through Nevada; water.

John Walker sealed and delivered in the presence of; Thomas Speke, Francis Gray 23rd November This conveyance was acknowledged by the said Walker in court and is recorded. === Northumberland County Record Book ©Peter's Row - Giles Tauerner his letter of attorney to Richard Holden Richard Holden my love to you remembered.

Potomac, bordered by the Yeocomico River, which forms the border between Northumberland and Westmoreland counties. Knott’s Creek was evidently a branch of the river, probably what is now called the northwest branch. The land Miles Gorham owned in Northumberland (see below) was on the opposite side of the Yeocomico in Northumberland County.

Description: acres S. on Yeocomico River; S. on the land of William Walker. Source: Land Office Patents No. 3,p. (Reel 2). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The East Walker River is an approximately 90 miles ( km) long, tributary of the Walker River, in eastern California and western Nevada in the United States.

It drains part of the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada in the watershed of Walker Lake in the Great ly boated successfully. The river provides continuous Class IV for kayaks and IK at high water. The Yeocomico opens onto the Potomac & is part of the lower dividing bounds of Westmoreland & Northumberland Counties.

Cherry Point Neck is on the Northumberland side of the Yeocomico. The acres Robert Coleman of Mobjack Bay purchased from Francis Carpenter in was at Cherry Point Neck along the Yeocomico River in the immediate vicinity.

Further Insights Into John Fontaine and The First Germanna Colony, Part Iⓒ By Craig M. Kilby May Part II | Part III. InMiss Ann Maury ()1 [2] wrote Memoirs of a Huguenot Family which included a much abridged version of John Fontaine’s journal, which she had transcribed from the original.

a respected citizen. Cherry Point is an area between Yeocomico River and the Glebe. The Yeocomico River divided Northumberland and Westmoreland Counties.

By MarchHenry I had died, as Ruth Boggas was appointed Executrix of Henry's estate. Ruth married William Parker who raised Henry II. William died about and in his.

There is a reference in the book ‘Hoskins of Virginia and Related Families' regarding Bartholomew, Sr.’s son John’s mercantile businesses located – (1) where the Yeocomico River/Creek meets the Potomac River in Westmoreland County, (2) in Lower Norfolk County along the eastern branch of the Elizabeth River and (3) Bristol, England.

Purchased 50 acres in Northumberland County in - married Mrs. Mary Ann Jefferies Walker ("Ann"), widow of William Walker and mother of two children. Built The Great House in Kinsale, Westmoreland Co., Virginia - burned by the British in - home rebuilt on original foundation.

The Walker River is the main source of inflow to Walker Lake, a closed-basin lake in west-central Nevada. Between andagricultural diversions resulted in a lake-level decline of more than feet and storage loss of 7, acre-ft.

Evaporative concentration increased dissolved solids from 2, to 17, milligrams. Public Ground of Northumberland County is located in the South Yeocomico River, beginning at a point approximately feet north of Walker Point and 1, feet northwest of Palmer Point, said point being Corner 1, located at Latitude 38° ' N., Longitude 76° ' W.; thence southeasterly to Corner 2, Latitude 38° The first church to be erected within the present Westmoreland County is believed to have been built about I on the site of the existing Yeo-comico Church, about two miles northwest of Yeocomico River and midway between the modem villages of Hague and Kinsale.

In the Virginia land patent books, the earliest reference to a church by. The first form of legal protection of the water resources of the Basin came in a agreement between the California Department of Fish and Game, and the Walker River Irrigation District (WRID) that allowed for the enlargement of Bridgeport Reservoir under the condition that WRID would maintain a minimum pool of 1, acre-feet during years when conditions allowed.

The Descendants Of William Towne Who Came To America On Or About And Settled In Salem, Massachusetts (). Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Arthur Simons on MyHeritage, the world's family history network.

Lawrence first appears in Northumberland County records inreceiving a land patent for acres located on the Yeocomico River. A second patent for acres in the same area also appears, and on Aug there is a third Patent conveying acres of.

Anglers come from all over the country each year to try their luck against the wiley browns and rainbows of the East Walker River. The East Walker is located just 5 miles North of Bridgeport on Highway and crosses into Nevada about 7 miles further for another 8 or 10 miles of great fishing on the Nevada side of the border.

East Walker River Wood Company. 41 likes. East Walker River Wood Co. designs and build high-end custom tree houses, along with custom wood working to bring your dream house or yard to reality.

Resiliency of the East Walker River. Resiliency is, of course, the river’s most important trait. One that is again on display as the East Walker bounces back to life after several years of drought. “It just rebounds like crazy,” says Jim. He has been fishing the river, and the region, for nearly 45 years.

Located on a low bluff at the end of the Yeocomico River, the historic village of Kinsale was established in It is the oldest colonial port town on the Virginia side of the Potomac River.

Learn about the battle on Kinsale Creek and the many schooners that frequented the busy port at the Kinsale Museum located in a late s barroom. There are several campgrounds and lodges along the West Walker River. The Bootleg and Chris Flat Campgrounds are both located along Highway in the Walker River Canyon and are first come, first served.

The smaller Leavitt Meadows and Sonora Bridge Campgrounds off Highway offer a more rustic and remote experience. Best of all, perhaps, is the Yeocomico Church, because it was actually attended by our Wright ancestors in the s and early s. I learned that the Yeocomico River or Creek is the dividing line between Northumberland and Westmoreland Counties.

A checklist of the vascular flora of the upper Walker River is presented. Listed are taxa from this km2 area. The upper Walker River encompasses a portion of the boundary between the Intermountain and Sierra Nevada floristic regions, and hence displays much floristic diversity within a relatively small area.

Due to its location along the east slope of the Sierra Nevada, the Walker.View Nevada Fishing Map in a larger map. History. The headwaters of the West Walker River originate in the Sierra Nevada (California) at greater t feet. Lahontan cutthroat trout and mountain whitefish were the native salmonids, but currently rainbow and brown trout and, in places, mountain whitefish are the dominant sport fishes in the Nevada portion of the river.