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Re: Samuel S. Walker
Posted by: Chancey Wells Walker 111 (ID *****9733) Date: July 06, 2010 at 17:06:22
In Reply to: Re: Samuel S. Walker by James W. Walker of 224

Hello James, I'm sure we are related in some way. Atkinson and Wards Corner are so close. I remember going there a a small child with my Dad.
James, Moses Walker was a brother of Samuel S. Walker. Robert Walker was my GreatGrand dad's brother(Richard Pierce Walker). I think Robert was the youngest child of Samuel S.
My DNA test showed me being an exact match with a Drewry Vinson, who lived in Herdford, NC during the 1700's.Also there are direct matches with several Vincents, so that might be a Vinsons or visa versa. During my searching I found Samuel Vinson Walker. I'm trying to make the connection between the Vinsons and Walkers. There are several Walkers in Hertford during the 1700's and shown with the Vinsons. It has got to be more than coincidence that Samuel Walker has the middle name, Vinson.Many times the husband took the wife's name during those times, or maybe Samuel was a orphan?

My middle name being Wells is ironic. I know there was a Wells family around Atkinson ; they must have been close or related to the Walkers as my Granddad was Chancey Wells Walker Sr.

Thank you for the mesage and please keep in touch.

Chancey


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