- Born: Abt 1614, England
- Marriage (1): Anne (Hannah) about 1642
- Marriage (2): Anne (Hannah) about 1642
- Died: 11 Aug 1659, Boston, Massachusetts about age 45
A brickburner. Brickmaker.
Boston, New North Church Records, 1714-1799: John Hancock & Mary Walker married 2/26/1761. Nathaniel Hancock & Betsy Wellsh married 5/7/1791 (BRCR - 5/17). Mary Hancock & James Percival married 5/25/1796. Elisabeth Hancock adm. 1/26/1766. Miriam Hancock bp. 11/19/1786 parents Ebenezer & Miriam. Ann Hancock bp. 8/23/1795 parents Ebenezer & Miriam. Richard Bradden & Lucy Walker married 8/30/1795. John Snelling & Louise Walker married 8/2/1764. Susanna Walker adm. 11/22/1772. William Walker bp. 7/14/1728 parents Patrick & Sarah. Lucy Walker bp. 1/1/1764 parents Ezekiel & Abigail. Lucy-Bradford Walker bp. 3/23/1766 parents Ezekiel & Abigail. Nathan-Coollidge Walker bp. 12/11/1768 parents Ezekiel & Abigail. Elizabeth Walker bp. 8/9/1772 parents Ezekiel & Abigail. Edward-Boylston Walker bp. 1/10/1773 parents Richard & Susanna.
Gen Reg of First Settlers of NE: WALKER, THOMAS, Boston, d 11 Aug 1659, leaving sons, John, b 1652, and Samuel b 1656.
Pioneers of ME & NH: WALKER, SAMUEL, Exeter, signed the combination in 1640; town officer 1643; on a com to distribute corn to the needy 1644. Took oath of freemanship at Pisc. Court 17 (2) 1644. Compare with Samuel Walker of Woburn MA who had m the widow of Arthur Alger of Scarborough; also with Samuel Walker, mariner, of Boston, who petitioned Andros in 1688, jointly with Benj. Blackman, of Saco, for confirmation of title to land there.
Pioneers of MA 476: Walker/Waker/Woaker, Thomas, brick-maker, Boston, 1650. Wife Anne: ch. Thomas, Elizabeth b. 18 (6) 1650; John b. 3/15/1652; Anne b. 1654 d. 1655; Samuel b. 6/26/1656; Anne b. and d. 1659. /P/ He d. in 1659. Admin. 9/1/1659 gr. to widow Anne and son Thomas. [Reg. IS, 347.]
Vital Records of Sudbury: Abigail d. Thomas & Mary 10/29/1679. Daniel ch. Thomas & Mary 11/2/1672. Daniel ch. Thomas & Mary 2/10/ 1673. Elizabeth ch. Thomas & Mary 3/4/1680. Hannah d Thomas & Mary 11/26/1668. Hannah d. Thomas & Mary 1/10/1669. Sarah ch Thomas & Mary 7/25/1677. Thomas s Thomas & Mary 5/22/1664. William s Thomas & Mary 7/22/1666. Samuel s Thomas & Martha 9/24/1689. Thomas s Thomas & Martha 9/23/1688. Marriages: WALKER: Thomas & Martha Howe 12/7/1687. Samuell of Framingham & Hanah Jennins 11/3/1715. DEATHS. Daniel s Thomas 11/8/1672. Daniel, Ens. 5/13/1755. Hannah d Thomas & Mary 12/14/1668. Thomas s Thomas & Martha 9/25/1688. William 10/3/1732.
NE History & Gene. Register: Hannah Walker of London, widow, 10 April 1675, proved 2 November 1675. I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Walker of Sudbury in New England, in the parts beyond the seas, merchant, the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds of lawful money of England, to be paid to him or his assigns within twelve months next after my decease. In case of his death before it becomes payable I give the said sum to his wife Mary for the use of their children, if she be then living, but if dead then to the Executors of my son Thomas, for the use of the children &c. To my son in law Mr. Paul Strange five pounds to buy him mourning. A writing as to the disposition of goods &c. deposited in the hands of my dear daughter Hannah Strange, wife of the aforesaid Paul Strange. To my loving friend Mr. John Jackson of London merchant three hundred pounds, to be paid from time to time to such persons as my daughter Hannah may direct and appoint; and if she die before her husband then I give two thirds of the said three hundred pounds to the aforesaid Thomas Walker in New England, or to his executors for the use of his children, if he be dead. The other third I give to my said son in law Paul Strange. But if my daughter survive her husband then it shall be all at her dispose, living or dying. My friend Mr. John Jackson to be executor and Mr. John Smith of Lambeth, Surrey, gent., to be overseer. Wit: John Ward, Hester Ward.
Who Beget Thee? Thomas Walker d 1697. Was a resident of Boston in 1661 and not long after this date settled in Sudbury where he went it appears to take charge of a free school He was innholder at Sudbury in 1672 His daughter Mary married Rev James Sherman He died at Sudbury in 1697 The first bequest in his will is to my wife Mary Walker all my moveables and negro Sambo to be solely at her disposal His widow Mary married about December 1705 Capt John Goodenow gv By a document dated Feb 17 1707 and recorded June 16 1719 she gave her negro Sambo his freedom at her decease She died at Sudbury Nov 4 1731 William Walker 1666 1732 Son of Thomas Born at Sudbury July 22 1666 Married May 6 1686 Sarah daughter.
Thomas married Anne (Hannah) about 1642. (Anne (Hannah) was born about 1618 in England and died 1675 or 1676 in London, ENgland.)
Thomas next married Anne (Hannah) about 1642. (Anne (Hannah) was born about 1618 in England and died 1675 or 1676 in London, ENgland.)