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Search for Relatives

A database of Major Thomas Walker’s descendents can be accessed. It also includes a look into some families that married into the Walker family.
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Family Places

Major Thomas Walker assumed a land patent of 2360 acres in 1665 and the family still holds a number of acres of the original land patent located in what became King and Queen County, Virginia.
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The Walkers

The Walkers arrived in the English colony of Virginia from Staffordshire England in the mid-Seventeenth Century.
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This web site has been developed to promote interest in and enjoyment of the family history of the Walkers descended from Major Thomas Walker who in 1665 held a patent of 2360 acres on the Mattaponi River in King & Queen County, Virginia.

Thank You!

A loud thank you and a round of applause to past and present family interested in preserving history. This site would not be possible had it not been for the many family members who promoted saving and recording family history throughout their years. Some kept diaries for their own purposes, which later became treasure troves of history. Others participated in community and state activities that received attention and a place in a publication. Many relatives saved pictures, letters and mementos to share. A few began putting many of these pieces together into family trees, descriptions of residences, and anecdotes. More recently, many of you have been finding these artifacts and sharing them. We all are the real beneficiaries.

Searching the Family Index

To find a person of interest click on the Surname Index field and you will be directed to an index of last names. Click on the last name of the person and you will receive a list of individuals with that last name. Select a name and click on it. You will be presented with a “Web Family Card” displaying the person, spouse, their parents, and children. Some basic information such as events, (birth, death, marriage dates), occupation and religious affiliation may be available on the Card.

Purchase a book on "The Walkers of King and Queen County"

The Walkers of King and Queen County, Virginia
by Walkers of King and Queen County, Virginia
The Walkers of King and Queen County, Virginia

The Bagby Line

A collection of photos and stories about Fannie Singleton Walker Bagby, Alexander Fleet Bagby, and their children: Alexina Page, Edward Benjamin, Bathurst Browne, and Alvin Fleet.

The Walkers of King and Queen County
by K&QWalkers
The Walkers of King and Queen County

Atwood Cluverius Walker's Quilt

An album quilt, made for and presented to Lt. Atwood Cluverius Walker of the 26th Virginia Infantry, CSA. The quilt is currently on display at the American Textile Museum in Lowell, MA.

The Colonial Walkers of Locust Grove
by Virginia Walker Shelor
The Colonial Walkers of Locust Grove

The Colonial Walkers of Locust Grove

A brief account of the first five generations of Walkers that lived at Locust Grove in King and Queen County, Virginia.