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Walker's in Matagorda Co - 1850's
Posted by: Hugh Adams Date: October 27, 2001 at 18:42:34
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My gg-gf, George Wellington WALKER b:?, married Deborah LAYTON b:1822 NJ in 1852 in Matagorda Co., TX. Had one child there then moved to Bastrop Co. Unable to locate him in 1860 census. Both died 1863.

Searching for ANY RELATED WALKERS and two of their children, William P WALKER, and Annie WALKER


George W. Walker died in the Civil War.
http://www.texas-brigade.com/4texrostercob.htm
4TH TEX. VOL. INF. REGT. COMPANY B - TOM GREEN RIFLES
Company was organized in Travis County, Texas, enrolled at Camp Clark, Tex., July 11, 1861, and mustered into the Confederate service "for the war" at Richmond, Va., on Sept.16, 1861, by 2Lt. Wailer R. Bullock, CSA.
Key (1) Original member of Company. (2) Paroled at Appomattox. K (Killed), W (Wounded), POW (Prisoner of War) AWOL (Absent Without Leave)
PRIVATES
(1) WALKER, G. W. - Enl., Bastrop, Tex., Apr. 5, 1862: W., Chickamauga (Sept.19, 1863): W. & POW, Knoxville, Dec. 1, 1863: Died at Fed. hosp. (Middle Brook) near Knoxville, Dec. 5, 1863.




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