John W. Walker was born
1823. His father was John Walker. His mother was Sarah Tindell Walker. Her
father name was Bord Tindell John and
Sarah were married in Columbia Co. GA, 1819.
John Wesley Walker was educated in medicine mid became a doctor.. On Dec. 1
1846, he married Lucinda Council Culpepper in Houston Co., GA. She was
born April 1 1832. They remained in GA until 1858. They had 5 children born in
GA. They moved to LA
and had 3 children born there. They then moved to I Lamar Co., TX and had 1
child born there. Then they moved to Scott Co., AR. and had 2 children born in
Between 1880 and 1887 they moved to Brooken, Indian Territory. John
Wesley died Nov. 18, 1887 and is buried in Short Mountain Cem., in Leflore
Co., OK. Lucinda died July 22, 1896 and is buried in Brooken Cem.
John and Lucinda children were Eugenia F., John M.. Anna E.., Emma L.,
Sara J., Edward M., William J., Robert L., Joseph P., Lilla M., and Leana.
My grandfather was Joseph P. Walter, born in Lamar Co. TX, Mar 3,
1870, He married Nancy I.
Henderson in 1899, in Indian territory and they had 13 children: Etta ,Edward,
Vonnie, Sudie, Clemmie, Evert, Ora, Stella, Tollie, Clyde, Neoma, Leona, and
J.P. and Nancy moved to Ponotoc Co.,
Territory in 1900. He opened a drug store and was one of the first to
receive an Indian "Territory' Pharmacy license in 1907. J. P. Walker had a long
and productive life in Ponotoc County. He died April 1, 1955. Nancy I.
died Nov 11, 1955. Both are buried in Old
Midland Cemetery in Ponotoc County.
My Father was Clyde Walker, born Sept 9, 1909; my
mother, Pearl Wilson Walker. They were married in 1928 in Garvin Co., OK.
They had 4 children Clyde Walker Jr., Peggy. Edward and Judy. Clyde Sr. died
May 1983. Pearl is still living.
I am Clyde Walker Jr. born
1930. Married Mary K, Richardson, born July 6, 1937, married, April
19 1954. Children of Clyde and Mary: Janet, Janie and Jackie. Janet Walker
manned Charles Moon. Janie Walker married Jerod Peek; children are Adam, Patrick
and Cassidy. Jackie Walker married Don Latham.
Submitted by Clyde
Walker July 14