According to James Bradford Richmond Walker, an early Genealogist of the Walker Family and ordained minister, the first Walker's to come to America were James and Sarah (Sarra) Walker, the son and daughter-in-law of the "Widow Walker".

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I was in the book store yesterday and a new book caught my eye. It is titled "Judge Sewall's Apology. The Salem Witch Trials; the Forming of an American Conscience", by Richard Francis, 2005.
There is mention of Robert Walker twice in this book, on pages 30-31 and page 59. The information seems to be gleaned from The Diary of Judge Samuel Sewall, which I have reviewed in the past but do not own a copy of it myself. 
It is page 59 in Francis’ book that is interesting to me.  Some of this will sound familiar, but I wonder if the author has misinterpreted the entry in Sewall's diary that tells of the days prior to Robert Walker's death.

 

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