'Walker05'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Walker of Broad Strother, Walker-Heneage of Compton Basset, Walker of Goldscleugh, Walker of Hadley, Walker of Humbleton, Walker of Ruberts, Walker of Turvelaws, Walker of Wilmington, Walker of Wooler

James Walker of Humbleton (a 1628)
1. James Walker of Humbleton, Goldscleugh & Broad Strother (a 1630, 1689)
  A. James Walker
  i. James Walker of Broad Strother
  a. James Walker of Broad Strother, later in Wilmington, USA (d 1785)
  m. Anne (a 1770)
  (1) James Walker of Broad Strother & Wilmington (d unm 1807)
  (2) Carleton Walker of Broad Strother & Wilmington (a 1827))
  (3) John Walker of Wilmington (d 06.09.1813)
  B. Adam Walker of Goldscleugh in Cheviot Forest (bur 04.12.1693)
  m. Mary (bur 25.04.1717)
  i. William Walker of Goldscleugh, Turvelaws & Wooler (bur 12.04.1747)
  m1. (c06.1709) Isabel Adamson
a. James Walker of Eden (bpt 01.06.1712)
  James appears as son of the 2nd marriage but the dates indicate that he was of the 1st.
  m2. (c10.1723) Joan Scott (a 1738)
  b. William Walker of Goldscleugh & Turvelaws (a 1748)
  m. (02.07.1738) Elizabeth Smart (dau of John Smart of Belford)
  (1) Isabella Walker (bpt 10.03.1739/40)
  m. (10.07.1760) William Selby (son/heir of Gerard of Middleton)
  c.+ other issue including John of Wooler then Snitter (bpt 14.05.1731, bur 28.06.1806)
  ii. James Walker of Wooler (dsps bur 30.1.1735/6)
  iii. Jane Walker
  m. (13.11.1739) John Wade of Bowsdon
  C. Robert Walker of Luckenarks & Wooler (a 05.1726, dsp)



Thomas Walker of Westminster
m. Joan Moore (dau of John Moore of Ipswich)
1. Clement Walker 'of Charterhouse Leadon' (of the Middle Temple)
m. Mary Button (dau of Sir William Button, Bart)
  A. John Walker of Hadley, Middlesex (d 01.03.1703, of the Inner Temple)
  m. Cecil Heneage (dau of Sir Michael Heneage)
  i. Heneage Walker of Hadley (dsp 15.05.1731)
  ii. John Walker of Lineham, Somerset (d 27.04.1758)
  m. Dyonisia Colebrooke (dau of James Colebrooke, sister of Sir James & Sir George, Barts of Gatton)
  a. John Walker, later Walker-Heneage of Compton Basset (dsp 1806)
m. Arabella Cope (d 26.06.1818, dau of Jonathan Cope of Overtron by Arabella Howard, dau of 4th Earl of Carlisle)
  b. Dyonisia Walker
  m. (1772) Rev. Theophilus Meredith of Ross
  (1) Henrietta Arabella Meredith
  c. Cecil Ann Walker (b 1734, d 05.1831)
  m. (10.07.1764) Thomas Calcraft (Lt. Colonel (General?))
  (1) Arabella Bridget Calcraft
  m. William Thomas St. Quintin of Scampston
  (2) Mary Dyonisia Calcraft (d 05.1831)
  m. (26.11.1796) George Wyld of Speen (d 01.01.1831, Vicar of Cheveley)
  (A) George Heneage Wyld, later Walker-Heneage of Compton Basset, Sheriff of Wiltshire (b 17.07.1799, d 1875) had issue
  m. (07.08.1824) Harriet Sarah Webber (dau of William Webber of Binfield Lodge)
  (B)+ 3 sons + 5 daughters
  (3)+ other issue (d unm) - John (d 1830), Cecil Mary Elizabeth (d 1808)
  d.+ other issue - James (d 1754), Colebrook, Mary (d unm 1775)



Visitation identifies the arms of the following family as "Argent, on a chevron sable two plates between three crescents of the second".
John Walker of Stoway, Somerset
m. Elizabeth Dalison (dau of William Dallison, judge)
1. Edward Walker of Ruberts in Nether Stowet (d 27.02.1635) the first mentioned by Nichols
  m. Barbara Salkeld (dau of Edward Salkeld of Roskell, brother of Thomas of Corby Castle)
  A. John Walker of Ruberts
m. Blanch Shelley (dau of Sir John Shelley of Sussex, Bart)
  i. Edward Walker of Ruberts
  m. John Collard (dau of John Collard of Winhill in Spaxton)
  a. John Walker of Ruberts (dsp)
  m. Elizabeth Bourn (dau of Gilbert Bourn of Gotheney)
  ii. Jane Walker (d unm)
  iii. Mary Walker (dsp)
  m. Alex Marshall of Nether Stowey
  B. Sir Edward Walker, Secretary at War (Garter Principal King of Arms, Clerk of the Council)
  m. Agnes Reeve (dau of John Reeve of Bookam)
  i. Barbara Walker
  m. (1662) Sir John Clopton of Clopton (b 10.1638)
  C.+ other issue (d umn) - Philip (Colonel), Thomas (Colonel), Henry
2. John Walker

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 19.09.19) : 'A History of Northumberland' (vol 11, Kenneth Vickers, 1922, 'Walker of Goldscleugh and Broad Strother', p277)
(2) For middle section (uploaded 19.09.19) : BLG1886 ('Walker-Heneage of Compton Basset'), BLG1952 ('Walker-Heneage of Coker Court')
(3) For lower section (uploaded 14.11.22) : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 1, 1807, p171), Visitation (Somerset, 1623, 'Walker')
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