I am looking for information on this man and his parents, grandparents, etc. I have a little bit of information on him. Here is what I know:
THOMAS REYNOLDS WALKER
APRIL 20, 1757 – Judgment granted to William Nimmo for 25/ due by account: from Thomas Reynolds Walker and Sarah (former wife of Joel Cornick) his wife, Executor of Joel Cornick.
JUNE 8, 1762 – Thomas Reynolds Walker was foreman of a jury in Princess Anne Co., VA.
MAY 15, 1764 – Appraisal of the estate of Henry Consaulvo in Princess Anne Co., VA by William Biddle, Charles Gasking, and Thomas Reynolds Walker.
NOVEMBER 29, 1765 – In the 5th year of the reign of George III, summons for John Phripp Jr. to appear in court 3rd Tuesday in December to answer a bill in Chancery exhibited against him by Thomas Walke, an infant by Thomas Reynolds Walker his guardian. November 1766 abates by defendant’s death.
SEPTEMBER 22, 1766 – Thomas Reynolds Walker, Thomas Cannon, and Edward Cannon – Location of land grant/patent is in Princess Anne Co., VA – 50 acres.
1772-1773 – Thomas Reynolds Walker, Princess Anne County surveyor, reported the distance from Kemp’s Landing at the head of the East Branch of the Elizabeth River to the head of the North Fork of the North River to be 7 miles and 140 Perches.
OCTOBER 14, 1773 – John Denny and wife Anne to Bagwell Moore for 100 pounds. Part of a plantation of 285 acres which Henry Consaul died in possession of in Princess Anne Co., VA. Witness: Bowen Cannon, Thomas R. Walker, and John Absalom.
DECEMBER 6, 1774 – County Committee for Princess Anne Co., VA chosen on December 6, 1774 included … Thomas Reynolds Walker.
1776-1779 – Thomas Reynolds Walker, Colonel of the Princess Anne County Militia.
1780 – Thomas Reynolds Walker was a Justice of the Peace in Princess Anne Co., VA.
1783 – Thomas Reynolds Walker was Head of Family in the Lower Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne Co., VA with 7 whites and 17 blacks.
1785 – Thomas Reynolds Walker was Head of Family in the Lower Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne Co., VA with 6 whites, 2 dwellings, and 8 other buildings.
JULY 29, 1786 – The will of Thomas Reynolds Walker was written in Princess Anne Co., VA.
APRIL 11, 1788 – The will of Thomas Reynolds Walker was proved in Princess Anne Co., VA.
OCTOBER 20, 1789 – Capias for Sarah Walker and Thomas Walker, Executors of Thomas Reynolds Walker deceased, to answer to Simon Marvault of a plea of debt for 39:9:3, damage forty shillings. Abates by plaintiff’s death December rules 1789.
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