Pictured is a scene from Sevier County, Tennessee near the Fox Cemetery


JOHN WALKER Born: ca 1792 North Carolina Died: Probably 1850’s Sevier County, Tennessee Wife: See note below Children: Dicy M: Adam Wilson Daughter M: ? Hill Daughter M: ? Denton Patsy M: Michael ? Sara M: James Wilson Louisa B: 1824 TN Rebecca B: 1830 TN M: Mark Keeler 24 Apr 1851 Sevier Co. Nancy B: 1832 TN D: 1855-59 Sevier Co M: Branson Fox 26 Sep 1850 Sevier Co. Mary B: 1833 TN M: Daniel Inman 5 Jul 1855 (Possibly) James B: 1835 TN M: Martha ? John B: 1 Jun 1837 TN D: 22 Apr 1898 M: (1) Ann Inman M: (2) Louisa J. Baker ================ Some believe that John Walker's wife was a Cannon based on family tradition. I have not found any data to support this. ================ John Walker was commissioned an Ensign in the Sevier County militia on 9 Dec 1808. He served as an ordnance sergeant in the War of 1812 in Simeon Perry’s company of Col. Sam Bunch’s regiment of Mounted Infantry. "Tennessee Cousins" refers to him as Major Walker. 1830 Sevier County Census John Walker 010111-32002 1850 Sevier County Census John Walker 58 NC Farmer $2000 Louisa 26 TN Rebecca 20 TN Nancy 18 TN Mary 17 TN James 15 TN John Letcher 24 Laborer


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