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Birth:
abt 1790 1
Hampshire County, Kentucky, USA. 1
Death:
2 SEP 1870 (Age: 80) 1
Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA 1
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Full Name:
Adam Russel Walker 1
Birth:
abt 1790 1
Hampshire County, Kentucky, USA. 1
Male 1
Death:
2 SEP 1870 (Age: 80) 1
Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA 1
Cause: UK 1
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Burial Date: SEP 1870 1
Burial Place: Robison Cemetery , Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA 1
Physical Description:
Height: 5'8''1/2 1
Weight/Build: Medium 1
Eye Color: Dark 1
Hair Color: Dark 1
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Mother: Mary Magdalene HARMON (1769-1811) 1
Father: Alexander (White #1948) WALKER (1765-1824) 1
Marriage:
Barbara Elizabeth (uk) 1
Marriage:
Nancy Ann Barnett 1
14 Dec 1807 1
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He was enlisted as a drummer. Adam Walker was wounded in the Battle of Tippecanoe/Prophetstown, where Tippecanoe and Wab 1

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Adam Russel Walker POW War of 1812

Indiana, USA

WALKER, Adam Russel Birth: Sept., 1790 Death: 1870 First of all a huge Thank You! to Marc Doty for all his hard work in putting this family together. He was my 4th Great Grandfather born in 1790 in Hampshire County, Kentucky, USA. He married Nancy Ann Barnett and after her death Barbara Elizabeth (unknown maiden name). Was in the 4th PA Regiment of the US Army in the War of 1812. He enlisted in Worcester MA. His description is Height 5' 8 1/2'' Dark Hair, Dark Eyes, Dark Complexion. He was enlisted as a drummer. Adam Walker was wounded in the Battle of Tippecanoe/Prophetstown, where Tippecanoe and Wabash Rivers meet. He was taken prisoner of the British Army and held from 24 Nov 1812 to 30 Nov 1813. He is listed on British and American Records as a Prisoner of War. In 1816 he wrote a respected accounting of his experiences in the book: A Journal Of Two Campaigns Of The Fourth Regiment Of U. S. Infantry In The Michigan And Indiana Territories Under The Command Of Col. John P. Boyd And Lt. Col. James Miller During The Years 1811 And 12. It is considered an important 1st person accounting of the Battle of Tippecanoe. Commencement of Annual Military Pension in the Amount of $72 began in 1817 in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA Adam Walker died 2 Sept 1870 in Lebanon, Boone, Indiana, USA and is buried there in the Robinson Cemetery with several family members including his son George William Walker and Georges wife Elizabeth Cummings Walker. Also buried there is another son William H Walker FaG Memorial #36711237, Mary A Walker FaG Memorial #12475748, and grandsons Harry F Walker FaG Memorial #36711464 and Henry # 36756885. Family links: Children: George W. Walker (1824 - 1894)* Note: This head stone is next to George W. & Elizabeth Walker. [Edit] Burial: Robison Cemetery Lebanon Boone County Indiana, USA Maintained by: Dancing With Ghosts Originally Created by: Marc Doty Record added: May 04, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 36715767

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