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      Location - In Little River Township, at 6412 Kiger Road (SR #1541) just east of the intersection with Normans Road (SR #1597). This is the old Walker home place (c. 1812). Cemetery is to the east of the house, surrounded by a rock wall.

      Coordinates: 36d 09m 59.0s N; 78d 59m 40.3s W Click here for Google maps

      Survey - This cemetery was surveyed on February 10, 1976. Cemetery pictures provided by Margaret Jones in April 2003. Another view from back of cemetery. Photographs of some of the gravestones by Milton Forsyth in March 2005, who also revised the location directions.

      Graves, Marked - There were 15 marked graves.

      Graves, Unmarked - There were 5 unmarked graves (2 of which were identified as the graves of two of Ellen and Robert Walker's children).

      Current Status - Approximately 40' X 40' and surrounded by rock wall. Also, this is the Walker Cemetery shown on G. P. Stout's map of Orange County.

  1. Walker, ---- (1)   (b. - d. )
      • (Sister of Robert Walker Senr) Unmarked rough stone
  2. Walker, ---- (2)   (b. - d. )
      • (Sister of W. R. Walker) Unmarked grave in row 4 under tree.
  3. Walker, Ellen Latta   (b. 15 Aug 1774 - d. 13 Jun 1836)
      • Wife of Robert Walker Senr. Aged 62 Yrs.
  4. Walker, Felix S   (b. 10 Aug 1889 - d. 18 Oct 1918)
      • Died at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. Co. 73, M.T.D. (Picture on stone) American Legion Marker. Footstone: F.S.W.
  5. Walker, George Thomas   (b. 1888 - d. 3 Jul 1977)
      • Aged 89 Years.

        Newspaper Obituary: D. Sunday, 3 Jul 1977. The funeral for George Thomas Walker, 89, who died Sunday, will be held at 2 P.M. today in Walker's Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Luaton Pettit. Burial will be in the Walker Family Cemetery. Surviving are 2 sisters Mrs. J. R. Coleman and Mrs. R. B. Tilley, both of Durham; and one brother, Clyde C. Walker of Rougemont. Nephews will serve as pallbearers.
  6. Walker, Harriet B Wilson   (b. 20 Nov 1812 - d. 17 Oct 1889)
      • Wife of Philip Walker Footstone: H.B.W. (Harriet was daughter of Samuel Wilson [Will F, 63] who died Aug 1840 and Elizabeth.
  7. Walker, Henry Clay   (b. 15 Dec 1845 - d. 18 Jul 1928)
      • Footstone: H.C.W.
  8. Walker, Infant (1)   (b. - d. 8 May 1902)
      • Aged 18 Ds. Son of T. S. and J. Walker. Footstone: W. (misplaced)
  9. Walker, Infant (2)   (b. - d. 1 Jul 1907)
      • Aged 3 Ds. Son of T. S. and J. Walker. Footstone: W.
  10. Walker, Josephine   (b. 27 Aug 1866 - d. 1 Dec 1944)
      • Wife of Thomas S. Walker. 'Mother' Footstone: J.W.
  11. Walker, Mary Laws   (b. 20 Oct 1854 - d. 30 Jan 1941)
      • (Wife of H. C. Walker) (stone incorrectly placed; grave is on opposite side of H. C. Walker) Footstone: M.L.W.
  12. Walker, Pervis P   (b. - d. 28 May 1904)
      • Son of T. S. and J. W. Walker. Aged 6 Mos. Footstone: P.P.W.
  13. Walker, Philip (1)   (b. 8 Jan 1810 - d. 9 Oct 1895)
      • Aged 84 Yrs., 9 Mos., 1 D. Son of Robert Walker, Sr. Brother of Robert F. Walker. Footstone: P.W.
  14. Walker, Philip (2)   (b. - d. 17 Nov 1895)
      • Son of T. S. and J. Walker. Aged 1 Mo. Footstone: P.W.
  15. Walker, Robert F   (b. 7 Aug 1807 - d. 14 Aug 1870)
      • (Son of Robert Walker Sr. (never married) Aged 63 Yrs. Footstone: R.F.W.
  16. Walker, Robert, Sr.   (b. 18 Dec 1767 - d. 3 Apr 1826)
      • (Son of William Walker who returned to Canada)

        Will of Robert Walker (will Book E, p. 107) dated 6 Feb 1826, proved May 1826 wife Elenor (Ellen ?); dau Elizabeth Patterson 'to be excluded'; sons John, William, Robert F (b. 1807), Philip (b. 8 Jan 1810), George W. (underage); daus Sally, Polley, Peggy, Jane; granddaughter Elizabeth Walker; leaves $25 in trust for Rev. Wm. M. Green - Prot. Epis. Church.

        According to a note from Miss Myrtle Walker, Robert Walker came from England to Canada, then from Canada to North Carolina on two horses. (Miss Walker is a sister of George Thomas Walker).
  17. Walker, Thomas S   (b. 23 Jan 1846 - d. 8 May 1938)
      • (Son of Philip Walker) 'Father' Amer. Legion Marker C.S.A. Footstone: T.S.W.

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