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The Descendants of Francis C. Walker

Generation Three

5William3 WALKER (Francis2, (--?--)1) was born on 17 May 1829; the 1870 census lists his age as 30, occupation carpenter, born Kentucky, worth $200 in personal property.30,31 He married Miranda Woodard on 5 Jun 1851.32 He died before 1900.  He  owned 80 acres in Marion Twp, near Pleasant Hill Church after 1851.34 He was moved to Wisconson, owned 160 acres of land there, after three years moved back to Addison Twp after 1855.35

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WILLIAM WALKER, a native of Addison Township, was born May 17, 1829, being the eldest of ten children born to Francis C. and Isabel (Bushfield) Walker, who were natives of New York City and Pennsylvania respectively.  By a prior marriage, the former was the father of two children.  He emigrated to Shelby County about 1818 and lived here until his death occurred which was in 1850, dying while en route to Kansas, at Hannibal, MO.  Our immediate subject grew to manhood on the farm, receiving a limited education, such as the facilities of those days afforded in the primitive log school-houses of that time.  He remained at home and assisted his parents until he attained the age of twenty-two years.  June 5, 1851, his marriage with Miranda Woodard was solemnized, and to their union four children have been born, these two now living: James, who married Fannie Brown and Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Stearns.  The deceased children were: Belle, and an infant, un-named.  He has always made farming his occupation, and has been quite successful.  He now owns 100 acres of well improved land.  He has always, with the exception of three years, when he removed to and lived in Wisconsin, resided in this county.  He and his wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.  In politics he is a Republican.

Miranda WOODARD; 1870 census list name as Arabella. Birthplace Indiana, Age 27. Parents natives of Kentucky was born on 7 Oct 1837.36 She died on 4 Feb 1923 at age 85.37

The four known children of William3 Walker and Miranda Woodard were as follows:

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