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William Walker, 13th Great Grandfather

October 26, 2013 , ,

burial place

burial place

coat of arms

coat of arms

William Walker received a grant of land in 1639 in Hingham, Massachusetts and was among the first settlers there. He was with Richard, James, and Sarah Walker when they came to New England in the “Elizabeth” in April 1635. He later removed to Eastham where he was admitted to freedom June 3, 1656.

William Walker (1620 – 1703)
is my 13th great grandfather
daughter of William Walker
daughter of Sarah Walker
daughter of Sarah Warren
son of Elizabeth Blackwell
daughter of Thomas Baynard
daughter of Deborah Baynard
daughter of Mary Horney
son of Esther Harris
daughter of John H Wright
daughter of Mary Wright
daughter of Emiline P Nicholls
daughter of Harriet Peterson
daughter of Sarah Helena Byrne
son of Olga Fern Scott
I am the daughter of Richard Arden Morse

William Walker was born in 1620 at England. He immigrated in 1635. He immigrated in 1643 to Plymouth, MA. He married Sarah Snow, daughter of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins, on 25 February 1654 at Eastham, MA (25 Jan 1655 per #494). William Walker’s name is on the list of those able to bear arms in 1643 and he was admitted as a freeman 8 June 1656 at Eastham, Barnstable, MA. He was in COURT/CIVIL on 3 March 1663 at Plymouth Colony: Ralph Smith of Eastham, fined 3s, 4p for breaking the peace in striking William Walker. He was in COURT/CIVIL on 5 June 1671 at Plymouth: William Walker was charged with stealing cloth from Thomas Clark, “of Boston” and was sentenced to pay double for the cloth and for telling a lie about it, was fined 10 Pounds. He died in 1703.

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This is pretty awesome. So are you using just one website to do this or are you implementing other platforms as well?

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Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

October 26, 2013

Ancestry is it. I have joined societies in the past, like the Morse Society, and done in person seeking in libraries, courthouses, etc, in OK and KS, but for the on line data Ancestry.com is the comprehensive one. I do not pay for the international version, so there is more on these Brits I can look up when I spring for the extra membership fee.

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mermaidcamp

October 26, 2013

LOL well, you know in some ways it’s a relief to find a few of your ancestors were not nobility!

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London-Unattached.com

October 29, 2013

It is freaky how many are…

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mermaidcamp

October 29, 2013

Hi I am directly related to William Walker/Sarah Snow. Son Jabez, Son Jeremiah, son Benjamin, Son Marshal, Son Marshal Keith, Son Ira T., Son Alanson B, Son Marshal Keith, my father. Thank you for your information on William Walker.
Barbara Walker

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Barbara Walker

April 15, 2018

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