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Genealogy of the Descendants of John Walker of Wigton, Scotland

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Genealogy of the Descendants of John Walker of Wigton, Scotland

With records of a few allied families : also war records and some fragmentary notes pertaining to the history of Virginia, 1600-1902

  • by Emma Siggins White, 1857-1936
  • published by Tiernan-Dart Printing Company, Kansas City, Missouri,1902
Note: See Wikitree profile John Campbell, which states: The account of John Campbell being the Duke of Argyll is discredited, so the value of this source is questionable.

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Table of Contents

* This book has no Table of Contents, but Ancestry has this listing:

Front matter
Title page
Descendants of John Walker of Wigton
The Montours
The Wyandotts farewell to their home in Ohio
State Historical Society of Wisconsin
Letter no. 4, by Gov. William Walker
Sketch of the life and death of Catherine Walker
Stuart Family
Todd Family
Golden wedding of Major and Mrs. Stuart
Fifty-five years of wedded life
McPheeters Family of Virginia, with some collateral history
McClung and Kelson families
The Irvines
Abernathy Family
Logan Family
Captain Charles Campbell
William C. Preston
Bates Family
The Moore Family who suffered in the terrible Indian massacre
Samuel Martin Inman (1176)
Walker Patterson Inman (1167)
West Point
Ann Whitfield Gregory Williamson
A letter to Mrs. J. C. Walker, Ft. Madison, IA
Joel Walker Campbell (1873)
A letter from Joel C. Walker to his brother, John G. Walker
Another letter written by Joel Walker
Deed from William Taylor and others to Samuel Walker, Jr.
Conclusion of the history of the family of Joel Walker of Ohio
Gray Family, of Surry, and later of Augusta County, Virginia
Scott Family
Death of Samuel Scott Walker
Members of Doddsville Presbyterian Church
Cyrus Walker
County Court, Dec. term, 1828
Early reminiscences
Eighty-Fifth Infantry, Illinois
Letter to Thomas H. Walker from his brother, W. A. Walker (No. 1950)
Letter to William A Walker from his brother, John K. Walker (No. 1957)
To Mrs. Betsey Stuart, Brownsburg, Rockbridge, VA., via Washington, from H. Walker
Letter to Thomas H. Walker from his brother, John K Walker
Letter to Thomas H. Walker from John K. Walker
Letter to Thomas M. Walker from John K. Walker
Letter to Thomas H. Walker from his brother, H. Walker
Rockbridge baths in Rockbridge County, Va.
Timber Ridge Church
Augusta County
The expedition to Guilford Court House
Rockbridge County
Record and Pension Office, War Department
Hays Family
Polk Family
Extracts from "After the Battle of Belmont."
Samuel Polk Walker
Copy of telegram from the Supreme Court of Tennessee upon the death of Judge Walker
Children of the White House
A famous duel
The family of Alexander, brother of John Walker, the emigrant
Will of John Walker
Houston Family
Battle of Guilford Court House
Paxton Family
Bernard Family
Line of Jency Walker, wife of Taylor Polk
Back matter


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